JCS has been so busy with the fundraiser for Japan Earthquake Relief that we haven’t done anything with the whole group in a while. The officers figured it was about time to organize another movie / food night to get everyone together and celebrate the hard work we put in for the fundraiser. We went with last movie night’s runner up food and runner up movie. For the food we cooked pork curry and watched 時をかける少女 (The Girl Who Leapt Through Time).
Minori, Kyoko, Brittany and I went shopping early on Friday to get all of the stuff we would need. We got stuff for making curry, and also some things that we could use to make a poster with. We wanted to make a poster to advertise JCS at next years’ organization bash!
Here are some photos from the night.
Rachel, Yuki and Kelsey (mostly) posing for a photo.
Fuey wearing my OfficeMax hat.
Mike stirring the curry.
Emelia and I.
Everyone tried to make a serious face.
Now Mike was wearing my OfficeMax hat. That was pretty popular.
Brian could tell that the curry was ready.
We made two big pots of curry. It lasted most of the night.
I think that compared to last movie night, not as many people showed up. Which is good, because last time we had a lot of people and not enough food to feed everyone! But you know, if you set up free food – they will come…
Abba and Erik got injured playing basketball all day.
People watching the movie.
After the movie we decided to get started on making the JCS poster. I picked out the photos and had them printed. Kelsey did most of the organizing, and she did a good job. Brian did some decorating and the rest of us mostly watched.
The general layout.
The poster still isn’t done yet, we still have to write things on it. It’ll be looking good soon!
And lastly, it was time for lots of dishes.
The week after next we are having our last function of the year (already…) and I’m really looking forward to it! We’re going to have a cookout and hold elections for next year’s office. All of the officer positions will now be up for grabs. I will be running for president this time around.
Oh, and one more thing. I translated another song from Japanese. This one actually took me a long time to translate and was the hardest one I’ve done yet. It didn’t fit into English very easily, but I think I did a good job. Enjoy one of my favorite songs: “Drag On” by LAST ALLIANCE: