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SEPTEMBER 2019 FEATURE ARTICLE

Sister City Students Learn About Western History

     As the City of Temecula celebrates its 30th Anniversary, so do we celebrate the continuation of our Sister City program. Nakayama has been a Sister city since 1994. Each year we have the privilege of hosting adult community leaders, and student visitors to share a glimpse of the “Old West”. This year is the 25th anniversary of being a Sister City to Daisen-Nakayama.
     Nakayama is located on the southwest coast on the island nation of Japan. This sister city has many wonderful sights to see. In 2005, Nakayama merged with its neighboring town to become Daisen-Nakayama.
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