The five-member team of international guests visit the Lebanon Valley through Rotary International's Group Study Exchange program.
The five-member Group Study Exchange team from Rotary International District 3310, comprised of Singapore and Malaysia, made a visit to the Lebanon Valley on April 21, 2011.  Hosted for the day by Nigel Foundling, past president of Northern Lebanon Rotary, the group was part of The Morning Show on AM1270, WLBR.  Following their tour of the radio station, the team toured the Lebanon County Career and Technology Center, had lunch at the Hilltop Cafe, and enjoyed an afternoon tour of the Mt. Hope Winery.  They continued their visit in District 7390 in Lancaster the following day.  The Group Study Exchange program of the Rotary Foundation began in the 1960s and has made it possible for thousands of business professionals to visit other cultures to further greater international understanding.  Lead by a Rotarian team leader from the sending country, four non-Rotarian travelers experience the rich panorama of historical, professional, social, industrail, agricultural, religious, governmental and political life of the host country for several weeks.  An outbound team of four non-Rotarians from District 7390 (Adams, Cumberland, Daulphin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties) is visiting Singapore and Malaysia during this same period of time,