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Published on May 22nd, 2017 | by ssca

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Day Host Families needed for August 6, 2017

Hello Everyone! Almost 200 Isesaki students are visiting Springfield in 2017 for leadership and English camps.

Are you able to show them some Ozarks hospitality as a one-day host family? This is an easy way to get involved – it’s not an overnight commitment and any family (married/single, with/without kids, all ages) is welcome!

The August Isesaki student host dates are August 6, 2017, 8:30am-4:30pm

For more details or to sign up, fill out this form:

https://goo.gl/forms/KFs6RGE3A7EXNOt03

Thank you!
Kelsey L. Goin

Special Programs Coordinator
English Language Institute
Missouri State University
301 S. Jefferson Ave.
Springfield, MO 65806
(417) 836-3058
KelseyGoin@MissouriState.edu

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Springfield Sister Cities Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people of the City of Springfield and people of similar cities in foreign nations acquire a consciousness of each other and to understand one another as individuals, as members of their community, and as part of our global community.



2 Responses to Day Host Families needed for August 6, 2017

  1. Yesterday, August 6th we opened Bonniebrook for Mira Lefay and two Japanese Isesaki students. The students were very amazed that Kewpie was originally made here in Missouri at Bonniebrook in 1909. Kewpie is very popular in Japan and every year we have 7-10 Kewpie Corporation (Tokyo, Japan) visiting the birthplace of the Kewpie. Rose O’Neill, artist, writer, suffragist, and creator of the Kewpie, built her family home, Bonniebrook, just 9 miles north of Branson.

    We would love to have an exhibit during some of your events with the students. We are a 501(c)3 organization established in 1975.

    Yesterday, we again discovered that Kewpie is known and loved in all languages. Kewpie is BIG in Japan!

    Please let us know if there is something we can do to bring an extra educational and fun learning experience for these nice students.

    Susan Scott
    President
    Bonniebrook Historical Society
    485 Rose O’Neill Rd.
    Walnut Shade, MO 65771

  2. Yesterday, August 6th we opened Bonniebrook for Mira Lefay and two Japanese Isesaki students. The students were very amazed that Kewpie was originally made here in Missouri at Bonniebrook in 1909. Kewpie is very popular in Japan and every year we have 7-10 Kewpie Corporation (Tokyo, Japan) visiting the birthplace of the Kewpie. Rose O’Neill, artist, writer, suffragist, and creator of the Kewpie, built her family home, Bonniebrook, just 9 miles north of Branson.
    We would love to have an exhibit during some of your events with the students. We are a 501(c)3 organization established in 1975. Yesterday, we again discovered that Kewpie is known and loved in all languages. Kewpie is BIG in Japan!
    Please let us know if there is something we can do to bring an extra educational and fun learning experience for these nice students.

    Susan Scott
    President
    Bonniebrook Historical Society
    485 Rose O’Neill Rd.
    Walnut Shade, MO 65771

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