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Celebrating 75 years of sisterhood with Crailsheim, Germany

Stadtkapelle, city delegation spent a week in Worthington.

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The Crailsheim Stadtkapelle (city band) and city delegation left Worthington Monday morning and Tuesday morning, respectively, after spending nearly a week in Worthington to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the sister city partnership. During their stay, the group visited Round Lake Winery, toured the Dayton House and the Nobles County Historical Society, visited Forbidden Barrel Brewery and enjoyed time at the Windsurfing Regatta and Music Festival, along with free time with their host families. Coverage of the 75th anniversary program, which was June 8 in Chautauqua Park, is featured in The Globe's June 11 e-edition.
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The Crailsheim Stadtkapelle (city band) and city delegation left Worthington Monday morning and Tuesday morning, respectively, after spending a week in Worthington to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the sister city partnership. During their stay, the group visited Round Lake Winery, toured the Dayton House and the Nobles County Historical Society, visited Forbidden Barrel Brewery and enjoyed time at the Windsurfing Regatta and Music Festival, along with free time with their host families. Coverage of the 75th anniversary program, which was June 8 in Chautauqua Park, is featured in The Globe's June 11 e-edition.

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