Our Neighbors: Sister Cities banquet

Pictured, from left, are Holly Hudson, executive director of Education Abroad at Texas A&M University; Jim Mazurkiewicz, president of the Polish American Council of Texas and professor, regents fellow and leadership program director at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service; and Sarah Marrs, director of international marketing for StataCorp LLC.

The Bryan-College Station Sister Cities International Association had its 30th anniversary celebration and awards banquet on Oct. 29. The 2019 Global Impact Awards recognized three categories, demonstrating a positive global impact by promoting Bryan-College Station through cultural influences, commercial connections and educational initiatives. The awards were presented to Jim Mazurkiewicz with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service; StataCorp LLC; and Texas A&M Education Abroad.

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