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Prepping for Swedish meet-and-greet

Group from sister city to visit De Pere in spring

4:49 PM, Mar. 6, 2013
De Pere assistant fire chief Jim Stupka prepares the De Pere Sister Cities International float before the De Pere Kiwanis Memorial Day Parade in 2008. De Pere will welcome a delegation from its sister city of Amal, Sweden, in the late spring this year. De Pere and Amal have been sister cities since 2007.
De Pere assistant fire chief Jim Stupka prepares the De Pere Sister Cities International float before the De Pere Kiwanis Memorial Day Parade in 2008. De Pere will welcome a delegation from its sister city of Amal, Sweden, in the late spring this year. De Pere and Amal have been sister cities since 2007.
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Three years after a small group of De Pere teachers and students had an unforgettable European field trip, a delegation from that way will be coming here for a visit in the late spring.

De Pere officials have been making preparations to welcome at least four colleagues from its sister city of Amal, Sweden.

"We want to make a good impression," Jim Stupka said. ...

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