Tulancingo delegation visits Pleasanton

Sister city affiliation in its 33rd year

Pleasanton recently hosted 29 visitors from Tulancingo, Mexico as the sister city relationship between the two communities celebrates its 33rd year.

The Pleasanton-Tulancingo Sister City Association (PTSCA) organized a series of local and regional activities for the delegation, which included Arturo Gomez, president Tulancingo Sister City; Victoria Vega, Tulancingo's first lady; Alfredo Perez Tagle, Lions Club president; and Araceli Magaldi, Tulancingo council member.

The visit from April 20-25 featured stops at Pleasanton sites like City Hall, its Tulancingo Room, Alviso Adobe and Museum on Main, as well as dinner events at Callippe Preserve Golf Course and the Veterans Memorial Building, according to PTSCA representatives.

The delegates also checked out Bay Area sites such as Tiburon, the Nike Missile Site in Mill Valley and Point Bonita Lighthouse in Sausalito.

The group of 29 visitors from Tulancingo were all sister city members and some were also local Rotarians and Lions Club representatives.


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