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Midnight movie benefits NU students trip to Japan

Proceeds from this Saturday’s midnight movie at the Del Oro Theatre in downtown Grass Valley will be used to help eight Nevada Union High School students go to Japan on a cultural exchange.

The film “Sixteen Candles” will be shown so that the students can go to Kaisea High School in Matsue, Japan, to study and then go to Hiroshima and Kyoto on cultural trips.

According to escort Joey McCutchan, students from the sister Japanese high school have been coming here for years, but this is the first time NU students will travel to Japan through the Cultural Homestay International program. For more information or to donate, call McCutchan at 273-4431, extension 475.


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