Summer 2017 Newsletter

Summer 2017 Newsletter

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MINETA TO ACCEPT SECC AWARD AT REUNION

  SECRETARY NORMAN Y. MINETA TO ACCEPT SECC AWARD AT SEABROOK REUNION It is with great pleasure that the Seabrook Educational Cultural Center (SECC) and the Seabrook Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) announce the selection of NORMAN Y. MINETA to receive the 2017 John Fuyuume Citizenship Award.   The award was established […]

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Spring 2017 Newsletter

Spring 2017 Newsletter

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REUNION REGISTRATION & UPDATES

Please JOIN us as we commemorate our community of Seabrook! For the latest news and to see who is coming  scroll to the bottom of this page. Reunion Registration opened on February 14 and is going very well! The complete event and on-line registration information via Eventbrite is available for the Seabrook Reunion 2017 – Your Life, Your Legacy […]

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SECC SECURES GRANT FUNDS

SECC has been successful in it’s applications for county re-grant funds from both Cumberland and Salem Counties via the New Jersey Historical Commission/Department of State and the Cumberland and Salem County Boards of Chosen Freeholders through both the Cumberland County Cultural  and Heritage Commission and the Salem County Cultural and Heritage Commission. Cumberland County Historical […]

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Winter 2016-2017 Newsletter

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SEABROOK REUNION 2017 – SAVE THE DATES!

July 14-16, 2017 to include the Obon Festival on July 15. SECC and the Seabrook Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) are co-sponsoring the inaugural John Fuyuume Citizen Award Luncheon in conjunction with the Seabrook Reunion. For Details and to volunteer contact SECC at (856) 451-8393 or Michael Asada, JACL President at 248 979 4828 michael.k.asada@gmail.com. […]

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SECC sadly acknowledges the passing of co-founder John Fuyuume 1925-2016

John N. Fuyuume, 91, of Shannondell in Audubon, PA and formerly of Upper Deerfield Twp., NJ died Friday evening, September 30, 2016 suddenly and unexpectedly. John was born in Los Angeles, CA on April 24, 1925 and was the son of the late Junji and Chise (nee Takaoki) Fuyuume. At the age of 16, John […]

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Spring 2016 Newsletter

In this newsletter John Fuyuume is Honored by Greater Bridgeton LegendsĀ and the Philadelphia Phillies DOWNLOAD THIS NEWSLETTER

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Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center Unveils New Website

TheĀ Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center has announced the launch of its new website. The website features upcoming events, news and information, and many images showing the history of the center.

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