Sunday, June 28, 2009

We Broke Ground For The New Classes Early.

During the Open House preentation that was held on the 18th of June, we decided to include the ground-breaking ceramony in the program.

We are pleased to anounce that the total cost for the new addition is in the bank. We want to thank one of our supporters who got his friends together and made this project possible. You all know who you are and we thank you very much. Come on over for the September 1st ribon cutting. Every one here at the school would love to shake you hand.

If you click on the picture you can have a better view of the addition and the area in front of the classrooms. This is an important part of the project as it will eliminate a major problem that we have....The controp of the volconic dust that drifts into the classes on both levals. We are still accepting donations for this project. If you would like to help, please feel free to push the donate button below.
Marcelo, the president of the community, Manguiwa Katitawa, of which the school is a part of, is ready with his shoveful of sand.
One of the officials of the Bilinguel Department dumps the first load over the side.






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