Tanith practicing with a brass band. She’ll solo on flute at a school festival.
Yasmin, Tanith and Cassie visited Ebetsu’s vice-mayor and Mr Suganuma.
Here is Tanith’s latest message: Here’s a picture of me and Cassie with class 2-5 yesterday. We helped out during their English class, it was a lot of fun!
Tanith and Cassie send greetings from Ebetsu together with some San-ai school mates.
Cassie, Tanith and Yasmin are about to depart for a one-month exchange visit to Ebetsu, our sister city. They will be living with host families and attending two different high schools. Look for updates and news clips in the coming month!
There are many traditional, cultural events held on certain days in Japan. The third of March is a day for girls, called “hina matsuri.” It is a day families wish daughters happiness, good growth, and health. Traditionally, families with daughters display speciiial...