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Public Invited To Meet Exchange Students From Japanese Sister City

 


On July 26 eight middle school students and three chaperones from Culver City’s Sister City of Kaizuka, Japan, will arrive here for a ten-day visit as part of a longtime ongoing exchange program between the two cities. During this period the visitors will partake in a variety of activities, including a visit to Culver City schools, tours of City Hall, the police and fire stations and Sony Studios, a swim at the Municipal Plunge and a hike to the Baldwin Hills Overlook. All Culver City residents are invited to attend two of the events that will be held during the visit. On Monday, July 31 there will be a Meet & Greet gathering from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the Dan Patacchia Room at City Hall. Mayor Jeff Cooper and Council members will be in attendance and light snacks will be served. No reservations are necessary. On Thursday, August 3 a farewell potluck dinner will be held at the home of Mr. Culver CityMike Cohen, 4378 Jasmine Avenue, starting at 7 p.m. Both the Japanese visitors and their host family members will be speaking about their experiences while here. Anyone wishing to attend should bring a food or beverage to contribute and is asked to RSVP to Lyndon Stambler at 310-815-0534and indicate what you will be bringing.For additional information on the Culver City Sister City Committee please visit http://www.culvercitysistercitycommittee.org or e-mail us at info@culvercitysistercitycommittee.org.

 

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