If you are interested in hosting a Japanese exchange student from Aomori please see below! This is an extraordinary opportunity to learn more about Aomori and expand your horizons. Not only will your help support a student’s dream, but you will benefit greatly from the experience.
Please come and support Friends of Aomori and the Maine-Aomori school exchanges at the Saco River Market (110 Main St. Saco) on May 2, 2015 from 9:00AM to 12:00PM. Join us in making your own Japanese helmet, decorating your own fish lantern, and taking “selfies” in traditional Japanese clothing. There will be live Taiko Drumming and and you can learn to play the Japanese board game Go and partake in a raffle!
More precise information about the schedule and events will come soon!
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Thank you for your continued support of the Maine-Aomori Relationship!
The Maine Scallop Aquaculture Development Initiative was presented to the public by Hugh Cowperthwaite on February 10, 2015. The event was PechaKucha Portland #30. The video is informative and entertaining. It is exciting to see this initiative growing. Please stay tuned for more presentations and events like this!
Friends of Aomori would like to introduce the new officers of the Board of Directors,
Thomas Bahun, President 取締役会長
Erin Gosselin, Vice President
Don Nicoll, Treasurer
Don Ferrara, Secretary
We would also like to announce that Karen Baldacci and Philip Rotolo have joined the Board.
In addition, we have been hard at work since the beginning of the year. We are looking forward to an eventful and exciting year! More information about upcoming events and the delegation to Aomori in the Fall of 2015 will follow.