Monthly Archives: February 2015

Monday, February 23, 2015 – Visiting Anke Jenkins and Jipe Moyo school

It is amazing what Anke has achieved in less than three years. We are currently building 3 classrooms through a memorial fund for Sam Klukas. This will house grade 1 to 3. The students are now meeting in this. There are now 120 students in the school       The next project is a

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Saturday, February 21, 2015 – Dental team is delivered to the airport for their flight home…

Our early departure was prompted by a need to stop at a dental clinic founded by Dr. Damazo from California, now operated by volunteers and managed by Loma Linda University Medical Centre.  Dr. Kelvin Hill, our team leader, is a graduate of Loma Linda. Our need to save time by taking a short cut delayed

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Friday, February 20, 2015 – Our last day in the Massai Mara

Today was a free day for everyone to relax and pack up to head back to Canada.  Some went on an early morning drive and others joined me and Kelvin to see our projects in the Mara. Dr. Kelvin Hill is also the chair of the ABW steering committee so he was very interested in

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Thursday, February 19, 2015 – Our 2 day R and R has started…

This morning we left Sopa and headed for our two night stay at the Fig Tree camp. It took us a whole day as we went on a game drive and stopped for lunch. There was lots to see including a lion eating a zebra.  The highlight was the bush lunch – a fully catered

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25th Anniversary ‘Journey of Hope’ Book Order Form

Click to download the form -> 25th Anniversary Book Form

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2015 Olds College Agricultural Trip AD #1

02.11.19 Olds College Trip

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Wednesday, February 18, 2015 – Dental Clinic continues…

Today will be our last day of clinic in the Sopa area.  There is always more need than we can ever supply but we are doing all we can. Time for a lunch break I met with the community leaders to plan our next few capital projects Visiting a water project to see how it

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Tuesday, February 17, 2015 – First dental clinic in Sopa in the Massai Mara area

We got an early start for our clinic a short distance from our camp. We had set up the clinic last night in a local church so we were able to get an early start. Our accommodation in Oolalamutai camp with Charlene welcoming us to her tent   We were able to get an early

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Monday, February 16, 2015 – Travel day to Mara

We left for our 8 hour drive to the Mara.  It was a nice cool day and a little rain was helpful in keeping the dust down.  We stopped for lunch at Oralo camp once owned by Paul Allan of Microsoft.  It is an exclusive hideout for $400 a night per person. We could afford

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Sunday, February 15, 2015 – Dental clinic for children a EAMO

Today was a full day of clinic at EAMO.  Children were screened for a visit with the dental team – it can be a scary experience. Irene from St. Ann brought 7 children.  She is holding on to one   7 children from St. Ann     February 15, 2015 By: Leanna Grinde Last night

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Saturday, February 14, 2015 – Visiting EAMO, St Ann and close encounters with hippos

Another full day in Nakuru.  We started by taking part in the church service at East African Mission Orphanage.  The students took part in the service and visited with children Taking part in the service We had lunch with the kids   Then we did a boat safari to see some hippos close up.  

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Friday, February 13, 2015 – Travel Day to Nakuru

Today was a full day of travel. After an early morning game drive we started our long journey. We stopped at the Malek Secondary School and the Primary School where construction is going on. We stopped to see the school that will be built in memory of baby Madison Switzer The Kitchen and Dining at

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