It is Friday, August 4th, 2017; it is my 63rd birthday, the last day of reading camp 2017. 108 children were served, 19 teachers trained, 630 books read, and over 500 art projects were made. As I worked sorting and packing materials at the school in Trewebo in a tiny, windowless room
[caption id="attachment_2564" align="aligncenter" width="640"] TRINITY WITH TWEREBO STUDENTS[/caption] The moment we arrived most of the kids gathered around the bus to greet us with their warm smiles. The team and I hopped out of the bus and started unpacking. Once we were all unpacked and settled in for the day, the kids
Today marks the third day of Reading Camp. In just three days, much has changed but at the same time nothing much has changed. The children are more at ease. The teachers are beginning to work as a team and yet the nice, up-dated building still has chickens wandering into the classrooms.