Upbeat tunes filled Roseburg High School’s cafeteria Tuesday evening as Roseburg and Japanese students swayed to jazz. An ensemble made up of Roseburg students in the Shobu-Roseburg Middle School Exchange Program played to welcome 20 Japanese students from Kuki, Japan. The students will stay for the next 10 days and will visit attractions, such as Wildlife Safari and the coast. They will attend the Music on the Half Shell performance Tuesday. “We are looking forward to Trombone Shorty,” said Rolf Bloomquist, director of the Roseburg exchange program. Students and host families enjoyed an evening of music, food and gifts to …
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