Updates from Haiti

Jan 11, 2011 | News | 0 comments

 

Monday, January 10

 
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Already at work at the new school at the Have Faith Haiti Mission

Tuesday, January 11

 
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The school continues to grow

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Photo from top of roof of dorms – that’s my nephew Johnny, who likes to work topless.

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Two kids – Te-Te and Appolus – enjoy a granola bar. These are the moments – and reasons – we come down here.

Wednesday, January 12

 
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One year after earthquake, the kids at HFH Mission are smiling. Please don’t forget

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Today, for the first time ever, the kids at the orphanage ate a lunch. Peanut butter and jelly and orange juice. They were amazed, and we pretty much cried.

Thursday, January 13

 
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School now has steps and a walkway! Amazing progress at the orphanage!

Friday, January 14

 
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You want to see dedication? Lou DeLuca pulled a hamstring playing ball w/kids. Yet here he pushed water tank to roof – one legged! Muscle Crew is amazing!

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The kids – for the last time – on a mattress outside. From now on, they sleep indoors – thanks to your help!

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