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Bazaar Serves as Family Reunion

White River Buddhist Temple in Auburn held its annual fall bazaar ,drawing many community and local residents to enjoy food, produce and crafts that the church members prepared for the occasion. The attendees enjoy mingling with each other at the church’s “family reunion” event. Photo by Joe Watanabe

オーバン市の白河本願寺仏教会で10月24日に秋の恒例のバザーが開催された。用意した食べ物、新鮮な野菜や工芸品など、会員、ボランティアの協力で用意され、コミュニティーから大勢が足を運び、日系人のfamily Reunion が楽しまれた。(写真提供 = ジョー・渡辺)

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