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In early October, Sister City welcomed a delegation of seven Japanese students, a teacher and a principal as part of the 31st annual Wendall Fish Okazaki Student Exchange. Each July, Newport Beach students and teachers attend school and live with host families in Okazaki. The following fall, the Newport group hosts Okazaki students in Newport Beach.
They also took part in a school assembly at Ensign Intermediate. The students were welcomed with cheers by the Ensign cheer team and songs by the Ensign chorus. They performed traditional dances and songs. Sister City organized activities for the exchange students outside school. They spent a day at Disneyland and enjoyed a beach barbeque in Corona del Mar. The exchange program concluded with the annual Halloween party, with pumpkin carving and burgers served by Newport Beach firefighters.
Teachers participating in the program were Heather Kroeger and Amy Tupa. Applications for the exchange are being accepted now through Jan. Local eighth-grade students are eligible. As Sister City members were waving sayonara to the Okazaki group, they were preparing to say bonjour to a delegation from Antibes, their sister city in France. Newport Sister City members were delighted to host several members of the delegation in their homes. They were determined to share local culture.
They visited the Civic Center, including the garden, the sculptures and the library. The excursions extended beyond Newport Beach. The group also visited the Irvine Art Museum.
Other Newport Beach groups spent time with the Antibes delegation. The delegation met the Newport Beach City Council members, who approved a proclamation honoring the Antibes visit. The delegation was also presented with gifts. Burg performed a cooking demonstration for the culinary arts class at Newport Harbor High School. He and his delegation also dropped in on a French class.