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Wenatchee Valley
Misawa Sister City

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East Wenatchee is the landing spot of the first non-stop, trans-Pacific flight. Miss Veedol History

On October 5, 1931, Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Herndon belly-landed their plane, Miss Veedol, at Fancher Field. This landing completed a forty-one hour, over 5,500 mile flight from Misawa, Japan. To commemorate this event, the cities of East Wenatchee and Misawa formed a Sister City relationship with Misawa.

Each year, the Wenatchee Valley Misawa Sister City Association sends a delegation of local residents to Misawa.

For more information about the Misawa Sister City, please contact LaVerne at (509) 884-3865, or email jlaverne@charter.net.

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