Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2 p.m.
Japanese Tea House and Cultural Center, Celebration Square, Saginaw
A delegation of 12 high school students and two teachers from Tokushima, Japan are visiting the Great Lakes Bay Region to improve their English skills and experience American culture. They arrived Tuesday, July 29 and have been staying on campus at Saginaw Valley State University, which has a sister-college relationship with Shikoku University in Tokushima. The group will return to Japan Monday, Aug. 11.
The delegation will meet Saginaw mayor Dennis Browning and receive a tour of Saginaw’s Japanese Tea House and Cultural Center Wednesday, Aug. 6 at 2 p.m. They will have dinner with Yoko Mossner, executive director of the tea house, tomorrow evening.
In addition, the group has taken in a Great Lakes Loons baseball game and visited Sanford Lake. They will make an excursion to Frankenmuth and Birch Run on Friday.