Sister City program brings japanese y...

Sister City program brings japanese youth to Newport

There are 1 comment on the Newport News Times story from Aug 9, 2007, titled Sister City program brings japanese youth to Newport. In it, Newport News Times reports that:

“Shota got out of the car at Depoe Bay and said 'It smells like home', and I asked 'What does home smell like?' and he took a deep breath and said 'like salt and seaweed.'”

Mombetsu 1: Students and chaperones from Mombetsu, Japan arrive by bus to Newport City Hall on Saturday, Aug. via Newport News Times

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#1 Oct 23, 2007
What????? thats VERY informatic.......... thanks for enlightning me...

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