Yonezawa students, hosts a pleasure to transport

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Thanks for the nice article about the visiting students from Yonezawa, Japan. As a volunteer bus driver for the Moses Lake Senior Center, I had to opportunity to transport them and their host students on some of their tours.

My compliments to the sister city organization, to the parents and to the students. The visiting students and the hosts are such an enjoyable group. Very appreciative and so polite. I hope to be able to be a part of their next visit.

Donna Kasten

Moses Lake

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