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Student ambassadors return from Europe

August 14, 2012
The Town Crier
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Members of the Mahoning Valley delegation of People to People have returned from a 19-day adventure in Europe that covered seven countries. During their trip, they tried some white water rafting in Switzerland, learned about cuckoo clocks in Germany, did several service projects to help the environment, did a three-day homestay in Germany, biked around a windmill farm in Holland, visited the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam, experienced the battlefield at Normandy, climbed the Eiffel Tower, and toured London. People to People was founded by President Eisenhower in 1956 to increase awareness of countries and culture, while allowing better understanding and relations among the world's people. Shown are participants Saisha White of Cleveland, Rebecca Woodruff of Cortland, and Jabre Weatherly of Campbell. Standing in the first row are Kayla Eggleston of Cortland, Morgan Miller of Grove City, Kate Fike of Macedonia, Tiffany Touville of Springfield, Brittany Edwards of Ellwood City, Tanner Perkins of Greenville; in the second row standing: Jaylin Curtis of Liberty, Sara Kidd of Macedonia, Mike Peden of Niles, Kevin Coulman of Streetsboro, Tyler Richter of Boardman, Robbie Woodruff of Cortland, and Gary Reel, teacher leader from Austintown. Missing is Heaven Kane of Cleveland.
 
 

 

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