Falling Uphill book cover and Scott standing on the edge of Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa
Chaco Governor Capitanich Cayendo Hacia Arriba
Cayendo Hacia Arriba being presented to the governor of Chaco, Argentina where the several schools participated in the making of the book. From left to right: Press Officer Shannon Farrell, DCM Jefferson Brown and Governor of Chaco, Jorge Capitanich. Photo courtesy of the US Embassy.

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U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission Jefferson Brown and Press Officer Shannon B. Farrell Visit Chaco

U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission Jefferson Brown and Press Officer Shannon B. Farrell met with the Governor of Chaco Jorge Capitanich at the provincial Government House in the city of Resistencia to talk about local public policies and explore future opportunities of cooperation between the province of Chaco and the United States.

Mr. Brown presented the governor with gift copies of the book “Cayendo Hacia Arriba” by Scott Stoll, illustrated by primary school students from the provinces of Chaco, Corrientes and Buenos Aires.

The meeting took place on Monday, December 5 as part of the outreach activities sponsored by the U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires to reach provinces and build bridges between the people of Argentina and the United States through educational and cultural exchanges.

Footnotes

This story originally appeared on the embassy website. http://argentina.usembassy.gov/chaco_visit_event.html

Update: This page has been archived here.

Screen Shot of the US Embassy Argentina website 2011/12/05
Screen Shot of the US Embassy Argentina website 2011/12/05

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