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E-mail addresses sought from former Worthington-Crailsheim exchange students

Worthington-Crailsheim International planning special project for 75th anniversary.

WORTHINGTON — Worthington-Crailsheim International is working on a project for the 75th Anniversary of the sister city relationship, and would like to send questionnaires out to all past exchange students. Please email Julie Buntjer at jbuntjer@dglobe.com and she will get the Google Form out to you. The committee would like to receive as many responses as possible by the end of December.

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