Thursday, September 1, 2011
As the temperature change of fall becomes evident here in Maine, life moves on in a much warmer village that continues to be enriched by our combined efforts. The Honduran Rooster Run brought triple the financial gain but more importantly; new, willing hearts and hands to support whatever needs were spoken. Young and old, friends and strangers united and created change. Fall brings a slate of new opportunities for sharing the story of Deysi Suyapa Madrid Chavez and a mountainside filled with children like hers, waiting for gifts of hope. From speaking engagements, to first time events we celebrate such opportunities and continue to look for new ways to widen the degree of hope we turn into reality. We welcome your thoughts, ideas and assistance. We look forward to working with each of you as the ripple widens.