Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Our Little Corner of the World...

"Celebrating the Family of Rotary"

with our Group Study Exchange group from India!!!
GSE is an "international exchange program for young professionals"...
This delightful group of young professionals came to Mammoth on Saturday and
we've been showing them the sites and exchanging cultural knowledge and experiences....
Today we see them off...on their way to Bishop next, then back up to Reno Nevada...
and home!!!  

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  1. Sounds like fun!

  2. I used to belong to a Rotary. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  3. What a great experience for these lucky people. Bet they enjoyed every minute.

  4. You all seem to enjoy your time.Great exchange program.

  5. Apparently Kelly thinks she's also a young professional.

  6. virker som en kjempe gjeng.
    hilsen dirk

  7. Thanks LadyFi!!! It's been quite fun!!!

    I agree Surinder!!!

    It's a great organization Gary...and if you've got the right mix of people, a lot of fun and quite productive!!!

    They did enjoy their time here LOL!!! The gentleman who stayed with us did his Master's degree in Manchester!!!

    Thanks Jackie/Jake!!! It was a lot of fun!

    It is a great exchange program Chai-and-chardonnay!!! Unfortunately, I just heard that this was the last year that Rotary will be doing this...I don't know why...we've enjoyed having these visitors over the years!!!

    Kelly's a young professional lover, Hiker!!!

    Det er en fin gjeng Dirk!

  8. How cool is that?! Oh, just read your comment that this is the last year for the program. That's too bad. Maybe another group can keep the momentum going.

  9. I would say your "little corner" is pretty big.

  10. TheChief assured me that Rotary has something else up their collective let's hope it's as successful as the GSE program has been!!! Thanks Susan!

    We do draw from all over the world here Petrea!!! GSE or not!!!

  11. Wow! Sure wish I'd been there to meet them. I returned from my third trip to India on March 24th and am longing to go back!

  12. They'd have loved to hear that Bibi!!! They were all very proud of their country!!!

  13. They look like they've totally enjoyed their visit Chieftess.