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Visit from Trail’s sister city

On Monday, the City of Trail welcomed four staff members from its sister city, Sagamihara, Japan. Tuesday, the visitors met with Mayor Dieter Bogs, council and coordinators to discuss the resident exchange program between the two cities. They toured some of the city’s main attractions, met with the general manager of Teck Trail Operations, and caught some of the action at the B.C. senior curling championships. The visitors leave today for a Toronto visit, before heading back to Japan.  - Sheri Regnier
On Monday, the City of Trail welcomed four staff members from its sister city, Sagamihara, Japan. Tuesday, the visitors met with Mayor Dieter Bogs, council and coordinators to discuss the resident exchange program between the two cities. They toured some of the city’s main attractions, met with the general manager of Teck Trail Operations, and caught some of the action at the B.C. senior curling championships. The visitors leave today for a Toronto visit, before heading back to Japan.
— image credit: Sheri Regnier
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