Quincy Rotary Club members got a chance to meet some of their international colleagues on Tuesday.
The group hosted Rotarians from Macedonia through the club's Group Study Exchange Program.
The visitors also made stops at John Wood Community College, GREDF, the Chamber of Commerce and the Quincy Community Theatre.
Rotary members Randy Stocker say it's an opportunity for them to learn about different countries.
"It's an amazing experience because you learn about so many different cultures," Stocker said. "We've hosted them form India, Thailand, and Twain and now it's our group from Macedonia. It makes the world smaller seeing what other countries are like."
The Macedonian members will stop in seven cities in Illinois to visit various Rotary Clubs while they're in the country.
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