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Celebrating 59 years of Friendship
Latest updates on Spokane-Nishinomiya Sister City Society Lighthouse Project.

Thanks to the generosity of so many supporters we have raised most of the funds needed for the construction of our Sister Cities Garden Imazu Lighthouse. Below you can see some recent photos of the lighthouse as well as some photos from the September 13 dedication in Riverfront Park.

Although most of our funds have been raised, some additional funds are appreciated as we still need to create the stone steps around the base as depicted in this image of the original in Nishinomiya, Japan. The link for further support is at the bottom of this page.

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Light House photos taken on October 12, 2019
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Photos of the September 13 dedication ceremony of the Sister Cities Connection Garden
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Mukogawa students in front of the new Imazu Lighthouse during the September 13 dedication ceremony
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Mayor David Condon speaking at the September 13 dedication ceremony
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Mukogawa students with a bag pipes player representing Limerick, Ireland.
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Mrs. Kimiko Zento, President of the Nishinomiya-Spokane Sister City Society speaking at the September 13 dedication ceremony
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Chuck Rehberg speaking at the September 13 dediccation ceremony of the Sister Cities Connection Garden
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Rol Herriges (left), current Society President, along with Mrs. Kimiko Zento, Society President in Nishinomiya and Akihiro Nakahara, Past Society President in Nishinomiya and current Executive Vice President of Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute

Click the button below to support Nishinomiya Light House project. Donatation are still needed and appreciated.