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Government Officials From The Sister State Of Shiga, Japan, Are Greeted By Local Delegation, May 22, 1970

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Ann Arbor News, May 22, 1970
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Fifty-one Japanese government officials and businessmen came to Ann Arbor yesterday afternoon and last night for a visit and were greeted at the Ann Arbor-Sheraton Motor Inn by a People-to-People delegation, including Thomas Hagerty (extreme right), chairman of that organization's local chapter. The visitors were from Michigan's Sister State of Shiga. Eight of them were from Ann Arbor's Sister City of Hikone. Activities included a tour of the city and University campus, a reception and a dinner.

City's "People" Program Plans Multiply

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6
Month
October
Year
1965
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Eine Froeliche Zeit Was Had By All At City Hall

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Ann Arbor News, December 10, 1965
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Eine Froeliche Zeit Was Had By All At City Hall - Ann Arbor High School students sang Christmas carols in German last night at City Hall during a Tuebingen - Ann Arbor People-to-People get-together. Prof. Georg Melchers, director of the Max Planck Institute for Biology in Tuebingen and guest of honor, joined in. It was announced that 10,000 Yule cards made by local school pupils will go to children in Ann Arbor's sister city in Germany. Gifts were presented to Melchers.

Visitor From Tuebingen Tours Parks

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Ann Arbor News, December 11, 1965
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Visitor From Tuebingen Tours Parks - Touring local parks and natural areas on the Huron River are (left to right) Mrs. Douglas Crary, wife of Second Ward Councilman Douglas Crary; George Owers of the Parks Department; First Ward Councilwoman Eunice Burns; Crary; Prof. George Melchers, director of the Max Planck Institute for Biology in Tuebingen, Germany, Ann Arbor's sister city; S. Sheldon Sproull, superintendent of parks; and Carl Zwinck of the local chapter of the People-To-People program. The tour yesterday was designed to compare parks and river problems in Ann Arbor and Tuebingen and to study possible locations for an international garden along the Huron River. Later in the day the group visited Michigan State University.

British Honduras City To Be "Sister"

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1
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July
Year
1967
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Youth Group Wins Praise

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3
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July
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1967
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Scouts From Belize Visiting Ann Arbor

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Day
17
Month
August
Year
1967
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