FY 2018 (April – March)
Aurora News – No. 8 (April 1, 2018)
Word by the 3rd president of the JWMA, Mr. Tanaka
He explains how he became first intrigatd by Wada. First he happened to find Tani`s book A Samurai running toward the Aurora, then through a radio drama “A samurai
becoming Aurora” and a memorial stone, he came to know Mr. Ueoka, and through the theatre version Ms. Doi. He memorizes how fellow-islander, Shikoku born Ryoma Sakamoto was a rather unhknow figure in the past, until he became a Japanese hero due to a novel written by Ryotaro Shiba. As a media-person he feels that there is still a lot that the JWMA can do.
Event calender FY2018
– Jujiro Wada Memorial Event
May 2nd from 11 A.M.: Jujiro Wada memorial event
Extension of appreciation letters to contributors, Performance by Mikan Iza, presentation of international website and musical performance (digest version)
Memorial Event on the occasion of 150 years Meiji “Three great figures from Ehime: Hironori Mizuno X Jujiro Wada X Shukichi Shigemi”
Oct 13th: 2 weeks Memorial Exhibition in Sakanoue-no-Kumo Museum
Oct 13th: Symposium on the same in Sakanoue-no-Kumo Museum
Jujiro Wada is added to “Study our town Matsuyama – stories of our ancestors – digest version” which is a publication by the Education Committee of Matsuyama City.
Screening of the Digest version of the musical
This year screening is planned in Uchiko and Imabari
A schoolbook about ethics, containing material about Jujiro Wada is used in a class and by use of Skype, it is made into an international exchange class with the Italian elementary school in Pedro`s hometown Fanano.
JWMA has received the Grand Prize of the Rejuvenating Local Community Award over 2017 in the 8th edition of the event.
LINK: Jujiro Wada Memorial Event (May 3rd)
LINK: International Symposium in Memory of Jujiro Wada held (Nov 18)
LINK: Participation in a symposium held in Felix Pedro`s hometownof Fanano in Italy
LINK: Ehime Explorer Exhibition held (July 15th – Aug 31st)
Financial Statement over 2017 – Balance Sheet
Tranfer from last year 24,000
Membership contributions 98,000
Prefectural Support 500,000
Symposium Contribution 270,000
Burden charge 253,337
Food & drink 119,958
Outsourced labor 147,180
Other expenses 98,446
Transfer to following year 2,113