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Two more host families needed for Korean students

Thirteen students from Gangjin, Korea, will arrive Thursday, Jan. 6, in Snoqualmie for a student exchange. Two of the students still need to be placed with host families.

The students will stay with the host families through Jan. 31. During those weeks, the host family will provide housing and meals for the student and will share cultural traditions and lifestyles. This opportunity could be one of a family’s most rewarding experiences.

This program is sponsored by the Snoqualmie Sister Cities Association. Contact Tina McCollum at valent6222@aol.com for more information.

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