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Today’s event / patrol car / announcement board / exhibition

[Today’s event]

◆ Niki-kai Saga Branch 45th Anniversary / 74th Niki Exhibition Tour Saga Exhibition (until 29th, Prefectural Museum of Art, Jonai, Saga City) ◆ 16th Hana Palette Friends Oshibana Art Exhibition (until 22nd) , Avance of Tenjin, Saga City)

【Touring car】(18th)

◆ Stomach cancer / colorectal cancer / lung cancer screening 8 o’clock = Saga City / Prefectural Health Examination / Inspection Center (reservation required), Kiyama Town Health Center (reservation required), Miyaki Town / Working Women’s House (reservation required)

◆ Uterine cancer screening 10 o’clock = Miyaki town, working woman’s house (reservation required)

◆ Breast cancer screening 8 o’clock = Saga City / Prefectural Health Examination / Inspection Center (reservation required), Miyaki Town / Working Women’s House (reservation required)

◆ Blood donation car 9: 30-16: 00 = Imari City Hall * For inquiries about medical examinations, please contact the section in charge of each city.

【Notification board】

◆ Call for essays on the theme of life insurance

The Life Insurance Culture Center is looking for works from the “60th Junior High School Composition Contest” so that they can learn about life insurance and use it in the future. The theme is “Our Life and Life Insurance” for junior high school students. Based on actual experiences and stories heard from family members, we will summarize the role of life insurance and the problems facing society on 2 to 4 sheets of 400-character manuscript paper.

Outstanding works will be commended by selecting one person each (scholarship of 70,000 yen), such as the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Award, the All Japan Junior High School Directors’ Association Award, and the Life Insurance Culture Center Award. A large number of application school awards (cash or book cards) will be given to schools that have applied for more than 30 entries, and a participation award (mechanical pencil and ballpoint pen) will be given to all applicants.

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Applications are collected for each school and sent to the composition section of the Life Insurance Culture Center on the 3rd floor of the New International Building, 3-4-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005. The deadline is September 9 (effective postmark on the day). Individual applications are also accepted. Reference materials will be provided free of charge to those who wish. For inquiries, call the center at 03 (5220) 8517.

【exhibition】

◆ Asulin 20-year-old commemorative work exhibition

(Until 28th, Miyaki Town Kaze no Yakata) A commemorative exhibition of Asuka Nakagawara, who turns 20 in May. Approximately 50 items such as 4-frame manuscripts and rough drawings of “Public Relations Miyaki” including new works. From 10 to 17 o’clock. Closed on Tuesdays. The same building, telephone 0942 (94) 5822.

◆ 16th Hana Palette Friends Pressed Flower Art Exhibition

(17th to 22nd, Tenjin, Saga City, 1st floor exhibition corner) Works by friends of “Hana Palette” who love handmade art. free entrance. From 10:00 to 17:00 (from 13:00 on the 17th to 15:00 on the 22nd). Avance, telephone 0952 (26) 0011.

◆ Two-person exhibition of a Buddhist priest and a Japanese painter

(24th to 29th, Gyarari Fujiyama, Tenjin, Saga City) Japanese painter Kazuyoshi Nishioka’s landscape of Saga, about 15 flowers in early spring, Bishamonten by Buddhist priest Yasushi Eguchi, and dozens of wood carvings such as Kannon. From 10:00 to 18:00 (until 17:00 on the 29th). Fujiyama, telephone 0952 (25) 1877.

◆ Group exhibition (1)

(24th-29th, Gallery Shirukuro, Matsubara, Saga City) Paintings, animations, videos, three-dimensional works, lacquering, etc. with the themes of “positive deterioration” and “affirmation of loneliness” by a total of nine students and graduates of Saga University. From 11:00 to 19:00 (until 17:00 on the 29th). The gallery, telephone 070 (8498) 2252.

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