The Grants Pass, Rubtsovsk sister city relationship was formalized in 1990. Since then over 58 delegation exchanges have taken place. Many delegates consider these to be 'life-changing' events. New friendships and life lasting relationships have been made. Many delegates make repeat visits. Charitable delegations have contributed medical supplies, books, and special sewing machines for the blind.
Russian Winterfest Potluck
We are celebrating 30 years of friendship with Rubtsovsk in Siberia, Russia!
Come and enjoy a wonderful potluck with a Russian twist, listen to great live music, practice or watch a new dance, learn the history of our sisterhood, and our plans for delegations this year!
Come and have fun! Bring friends and family members! It is your chance to support our organization! We hope you will become a member or renew your membership and that you will participate in the basket raffles.
Please RSVP by calling Olga at 541-659-6261
or email email@example.com
See you there!
Newsletter! The 2019 winter newsletter is now available. Click here to view.
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Support Grants Pass Sister City projects to build friendship, understanding and a more peaceful world, one person and one city at a time. No matter where you live, you are welcome to join with Sister City Grants Pass - Rubtsovsk to help support building bridges of friendship and understanding. Live close by and willing to volunteer? We welcome you.
Grants Pass Sister City is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization. EIN 93-1045186
Donations are 100% tax deductible. Mail to: Grants Pass Sister City Committee, P.O.Box 411, Grants Pass, OR 97528. Click on button below.
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Rubtsovsk is in south central Siberia, three time zones east of Moscow, near the point where the borders of Mongolia, China, Kazakhstan and Russia meet. It has a population of about 150,000 people and was founded in 1892. It was built on the Siberian steppe (plains), where rich black soil produces wheat, sunflowers (for cooking oil), and grazing for dairy cattle. Not far from the rugged Altai Mountains to the south where rich mineral ores are found, it became a manufacturing center in the mid-20th century.
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