Boltimore-Kawasaki Boy Scouts Exchange Program
In memory of 7th Delegation on 1991
This program started on 1985 which is one of sister city exchage for understanding.
The 1st delegation was 14 scouts and leaders from Kawasaki city.
I was working as a staff member from the time this exchange program has been started.
And I was able to visit Baltimore as 7th delegation of the scoutmaster in 1991.
This dispatch troop is 13 Scouts and leaders participated from Kawasaki city.
This home page is dedicated to those participated members and host family
with my appreciation and good memories.
Also this home page have very important mission.
Because, It was dedicated to late Mr. Mace Miyasaki and late Mr. Frank Cook
who was contribute and effort to Scout exchange program
between Baltimore and Kawasaki city.
|Kawasaki scout||Host family||Kawasaki Scout||Host Family|
| Hiroyuki Hasegawa
| Charles W. Harlen
| Dr. Takanori Arifuku
|Dr. Russ Wright|
| Akio Domoto
| Mace Miyasaki
Member of Sister city
| Manabu Nagase
Junior Assist. leader
|Masatoshi Otsuka||Edna Greer||Takehisa Nakamura||Ross Crotis|
|Satoshi Yamaura||Jack Nesbitt||Daisuke Hayasi||Rudy Spraycar|
|Kunio Azuma||Jack Breihan||Kyoji Iino||Dean Mill|
|Hirotaka Suyama||Frank Hessler||Keita Abiko||Dr. Stuart Bell|
|Shinya Komatsu||Jon Bond||Mace Miyasaki's news is clic Here|
|Other local staff|
| Frank Cook
About Achievements of Mr.Mace Miyasaki
for Bltimore-Kawasaki Boy Scout Exchange Program
| Mace Miyasaki left us too early on February 24, 2005,He was 65.
He born in Baltimore, and he worked with the Baltimore-Kawasaki Sister City Committee, and started the Baltimore-Kawasaki@Boy Scout Exchange Program.
Also active with the Boy Scouts, Mr. Miyasaki had served as chairman of the Baltimore-Kawasaki Sister City Committee.
He arranged for Japanese and Baltimore Boy Scouts to visit each other's cities which program continues today.
Memories photograph shown in next page.
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