Aisho-Cho Departure 08-13-16
Photos by John Ehlke
The children of Aisho-cho, Japan wave good-bye to their host families as they leave West Bend on Tuesday morning. The children from Aisho-cho, Japan have been in West Bend with their host families since Wednesday, August 7. Different activities included trips to Holy Hill, the Museum of Wisconsin Art and horseback riding. Erin Richards, 16, hugs Yuri Suzumura, 14, before leaving West Bend on Tuesday morning. The children from Aisho-cho, Japan have been in West Bend with their host families since Wednesday, August 7. Different activities included trips to Holy Hill, the Museum of Wisconsin Art and horseback riding. Amy Leitheiser of West Bend and Mei Takahasi, 15, both wipe tears away from their eyes before Mei leaves West Bend on Tuesday morning. The children from Aisho-cho, Japan have been in West Bend with their host families since Wednesday, August 7. Different activities included trips to Holy Hill, the Museum of Wisconsin Art and horseback riding. Tracy Spors of West Bend cries as she hugs Yuna Aoki, 15, before leaving West Bend on Tuesday morning. 'We started crying yesterday," said Spors. Spors and Aoki will keep in touch through email and mail. The children from Aisho-cho, Japan have been in West Bend with their host families since Wednesday, August 7. Different activities included trips to Holy Hill, the Museum of Wisconsin Art and horseback riding. Tracy Spors of West Bend kisses Yuna Aoki, 15, on the forehead as she begins to cry before leaving West Bend on Tuesday morning. 'We started crying yesterday," said Spors. Spors and Aoki will keep in touch through email and mail. The children from Aisho-cho, Japan have been in West Bend with their host families since Wednesday, August 7. Different activities included trips to Holy Hill, the Museum of Wisconsin Art and horseback riding. <br/><br/> Tracy Spors of West Bend helps lead Yuna Aoki, 15, onto the bus in West Bend on Tuesday morning. The children from Aisho-cho, Japan have been in West Bend with their host families since Wednesday, August 7. Different activities included trips to Holy Hill, the Museum of Wisconsin Art and horseback riding.
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