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Sister city celebration
August 19, 2013, 05:00 AM

Jason Mai/Daily Journal

The national anthems of the sister cities of San Mateo and Toyonaka, Japan play before the start of Game 3 of the Toyonaka Sister City Baseball Games on Aug. 17 at Fitzgerald Field in San Mateo Central Park. The San Mateo All Stars competed with the Toyonaka All Stars in a series of five games as part of festivities celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Sister City relationship. A delegation of Toyonaka city officials, student ambassadors, citizens, traditional Japanese dancers, and young baseball players traveled to San Mateo to celebrate the milestone and reaffirm the Sister City relationship. Below left, San Mateo Mayor David Lim meets the players.

 

 

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