Corrie Helliwell and daughter Abeey pose with Airi NishIfuji and Aya Ito at the first meeting/luncheon for the Lake Cowichan Families. On Saturday afternoon these 26 exchange students and Teachers from our Sister City Ohtaki in Japan arrived in Lake Cowichan

Ohtaki exchange students enjoy lunch in Lake Cowichan

Ohtaki exchange students enjoy lunch in Lake Cowichan

Corrie Helliwell and daughter Abeey pose with Airi Nishlfuji and Aya Ito at the first meeting and luncheon for the Lake Cowichan host families to meet their exchange students. Last Saturday afternoon, 26 exchange students and teachers from Ohtaki,  Lake Cowichan’s sister city in Japan arrived in town.

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