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  • Ukrainian leaders visit Tri-Cities through Open World Program

    Vasyl Shatruk, with Lviv Oblast Youth Center in Ukraine, talks about his visit to the Tri-Cities during a lunch break at Zip's restaurant in Richland. The group of five leaders are learning about non-governmental organizations, American family life and local culture. The Columbia Center Rotary Club is playing host during their week-long stay.

Vasyl Shatruk, with Lviv Oblast Youth Center in Ukraine, talks about his visit to the Tri-Cities during a lunch break at Zip's restaurant in Richland. The group of five leaders are learning about non-governmental organizations, American family life and local culture. The Columbia Center Rotary Club is playing host during their week-long stay. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Vasyl Shatruk, with Lviv Oblast Youth Center in Ukraine, talks about his visit to the Tri-Cities during a lunch break at Zip's restaurant in Richland. The group of five leaders are learning about non-governmental organizations, American family life and local culture. The Columbia Center Rotary Club is playing host during their week-long stay. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Ukrainian leaders get a taste of Tri-Cities

May 02, 2017 5:55 PM