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The Junior Sailors Association (JSA) from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PHNSY & IMF) volunteered at the Aiea Public Library July 22, 2022. 

The event was part of the association’s goal to reach out to neighboring communities and make a positive impact on local youth, according to HT2 Thomas Kozlowski, president of the JSA.

During the visit, the Sailors read several children's books and held interactive learning activities. Several PHNSY & IMF challenge coins along with miniature American flags were given to the children, whose ages ranged from 2 to 8 years old.

“After we read to the kids, we answered questions about our Navy careers, the different types of uniforms we wear and what it was like living on a boat,” Kozlowski said. “Overall, the Sailors, librarians and library staff agreed that it was a successful event.” (Official U.S. Navy photo by Dave Amodo)
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PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii - The Junior Sailors Association (JSA) from Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PHNSY & IMF) volunteered at the Aiea Public Library July 22, 2022. The event was part of the association’s goal to reach out to neighboring communities and make a positive impact on local youth, according to HT2 Thomas Kozlowski, president of the JSA. During the visit, the Sailors read several children's books and held interactive learning activities. Several PHNSY & IMF challenge coins along with miniature American flags were given to the children, whose ages ranged from 2 to 8 years old. “After we read to the kids, we answered questions about our Navy careers, the different types of uniforms we wear and what it was like living on a boat,” Kozlowski said. “Overall, the Sailors, librarians and library staff agreed that it was a successful event.” (Official U.S. Navy photo by Dave Amodo)


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