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Six young professionals from the Australian island of Tasmania are currently touring the Bemidji area as part of Rotary International's group study exchange program. Local Rotarian Larry Young, right, sits with Tasmanian participants Emma Fyfe, left, Ryan Harris and Julia Baxter, Friday at Bemidji State University's American Indian Resource Center. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

Bemidji Rotary: Exchange program gives insight into cultures, common job

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BEMIDJI - The Australian island of Tasmania, with its many rounded mountain ranges, tall gum trees and unique wildlife like the Tasmanian Devil, looks very different from Bemidji, and yet a handful of Tasmanians have been impressed by the First City on the Mississippi.

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