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Celebrate Carlsbad's Arbor Days

Cherry Blossom TreeCarlsbad Sister City Ambassadors is pleased to announce that it will be paying tribute to the 25th year of our relationship with Futtsu by planting cherry trees at the Carlsbad City Hall and the LaCosta Heights Elementary School next month. One of our directors, Vesta Rundle-Ross, has succeeded in getting the trees through the Japanese Friendship Gardens in San Diego. Three of the trees will be planted on the City Hall property as part of Carlsbad's Arbor Day at 11:00 a.m., April 26, 2014.  We will also be installing a plaque to be mounted at the site stating that the trees honor our Sister City relationship with Futtsu.  The fourth tree will be planted in a separate ceremony at La Costa Heights Elementary School at 9:00 a.m., April 23.  This was the school that was visited by the Futtsu delegation to acknowledge their collection of funds to help in the recovery from the tsunami damages of 2011.

 

Gearing Up For Sister City Visits in Spring 2015:

We are pleased to have received notice that our friends in Futtsu are preparing to send another delegation of students to Carlsbad in the spring of 2015. Members and friends of CSCA will be offered opportunities to help us greet, house and entertain them throughout their brief stay with us. More to come as it develops.

The Karlovy Vary mayoral office has contacted us to see if we are able to facilitate an arts exchange with them. This is something that their Lord Mayor, Petr Kulhanek, and our Mayor Matt Hall have agreed would be a good goal. To put on an art exchange is a major undertaking and we are exploring possible venues and supporters. If you are able to help us please contact our Arts Coordinator, Jacquie Thye at Jacquie@CarlsbadAmbassadors.us.

 


Many thanks to everyone who helped make our 2014 Winter Classic such a great success! Click below to see and hear a trailer of our musical!

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Click on the Junior Ambassadors link to meet the newest members of our organization.

 

Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic and Futtsu, Japan Visits
The Carlsbad Sister City Ambassadors is pleased to have hosted the Lord Mayor Petr Kulhanek with his Deputies Petr Bursík and Jiří Klsák from our sister city Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic.
This was the Lord Mayor's first visit to Carlsbad. The week before, CSCA hosted the delegation from Futtsu, Japan comprised of Mrs. Tomiko Takenouchi, Mr. Shigeru Takenouchi, Mrs. Kiyoe Hasegawa along with students Woohyun An, Kana Morita, Yuuna Iwasawa, and Yuuya Matsuda.

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Click below to see a recap of our December 2012 A Cappella Holiday Fair:

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CSCA Receives Community Activity Grant!

Another success! On the heels of two well-attended and highly acclaimed performances of “Who Put the ‘Bad’ In Carlsbad?” we were honored with one of Carlsbad’s Community Activity Grants.

At their Tuesday, March 13 meeting the City Council voted to approve their recommended list of grant applicants and that meant our request was honored!

In our application we expressed our intent to create an enduring “Winter Classic” event that would enrich our community by:

Our February and March productions appear to have nicely furthered those goals and guess what; we’re just getting started!

With this grant and the donations received from our new members we will be compiling a schedule of events with an international focus.

Stay tuned!

If you joined and gave us your e-mail address you will be among the first to know and will receive priority to participate before the general public has access.

It pays to be a member. If you want to be included in this lucky group of international bon vivants, just click on the Join Us tab and send us the CSCA Enrollment Form.

 

Click here to view a list of wishes submitted by our guests who attended the 'Who Put the Bad in Carlsbad?' performances on February 19 and March 11, 2012.

 

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