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Sister Cities Program


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Sister Cities Program

  1. 1. Sisters Cities ProgramSalamanca- Bryan/College StationVisit to Salamanca, GTO, Mexico May 21-25, 2012
  2. 2. Delegation• David Ruesink – Past President, Bryan-College Station Sister Cities Board – Professor and Extension Specialist Emeritus in Community Development – College Station City Council Member• Nancy Granovsky – Professor and Extension Family Economics Specialist, Texas AgriLife Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System – Board of Directors (Secretary), FedStar Credit Union• Mike Bowers – Texas A&M Former Student, ‘96 – Texas Entrepreneur• Marcelo Bussiki – Chair of Fine Arts Dept., Blinn College, Bryan – Music Director Brazos Valley Symphony
  3. 3. Trip Highlights
  4. 4. Arrival and Reception
  5. 5. Casa del Migrante and Centro de Integración Juvenil
  6. 6. University of Guanajuato in Salamanca and Guanajuato
  7. 7. Cultural Center and Guitar Studio
  8. 8. Lunch with the Mayor of Salamanca and Local Businesses
  9. 9. Signing Ceremony at the Salamanca Lions Club
  10. 10. Visit to Huaricho and Corralejo
  11. 11. Economic Development• Pemex Plant• New Mazda plant to open in 2013 in Salamanca• New Honda plant to open in 2014 in Celaya• DVD
  12. 12. Potential Exchanges• Upcoming youth exchange program November 2012• Adult delegation expected November 2012• Twinning between the Lions Salamanca Corazón de Mexico and College Station Noon Lions Club• Potential exchanges between Blinn College in Bryan and University of Guanajuato in Salamanca and Guanajuato in the area of Visual Arts