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WHAT'S NEW IN KENYA

Heavy rains delayed the 2nd Term opening of schools by two weeks. And 75 of the 503 students who returned to Rossholme School didn’t have uniforms because they were washed away in floods. They are now wearing borrowed uniforms from students who had two sets. Please pray for the seven students who have not returned to Rossholme yet. They may be living now with relatives in villages elsewhere in Kenya – and not going to school.
WHO WE ARE

We are self-supported missioners – and we thank the families who rented our Roton Point unit and our home. They are making it possible for us to spend our 19th summer living with local people in Kenya.

We will visit students in schools in five different regions, and we will spend some time with young people that we, and many of our friends and family members, have helped to go to colleges and universities. Most of them have good jobs - and they are helping the next generation to improve their lives.



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WHAT'S NEW IN ROWAYTON

Marilyn has a framed mostly black and white photo, “Lights in the Storm’ in the Community Sponsored Show at the Rowayton Arts Center until June 16. We hope you will see it there. She also has an unframed Greens Ledge Light photo there, as well as note cards. Another of Marilyn’s lighthouse photos is on a banner on the “Rowayton Fence”.

Please also see her photos in Photo Gallery. These photos are all for sale, framed or unframed – as well as on note cards - and your purchases will help some poor children in Kenya to go to school.