Blog Category: General
Partnership Gala, round 2
2nd Annual Partnership Gala and World Conflict Speaker Series
Going to be incredible this year:
1. Keynote address from Joel Bukenya, of Kampala, Uganda. Directs Blessed Hope, a center that cares for war orphans, former child soldiers and aids orphans.
2. Recap of our Iraq project
3. Food from Basil’s and Briar Rose
4. Live Music
5. Silent Auction
$25 for 1 ticket $40 for 2 or $140 for a table of 8
Monday August 27th at 7pm at the Fayetteville Town Center
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Likes and Follows, Fellows
Campaigning to get 1000 likes and 500 followers on facebook and twitter.
In lieu of a blog this week, we are launching a 10 day campaign to get 1000 likes on facebook and 500 people following @forgottensong on twitter. We need YOU to help us out with this! If you already like us on FB and follow us on twitter, invite 10 (or more) of your friends to do the same! NO SPAMMING, just close friends or family that you want to tell about our work in war-torn countries! You can use these links:
Help us out and spread the word about our passion for reaching women and children in war-torn countries!
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Hello all! First we just want to thank you so much for following our blog. Week 4 was pretty great. We continue to see the government licensing process expedited, having what should take several weeks take a matter of days. Because of this quick progress, we have found more free time this week and have been taking the opportunity to enjoy ourselves, getting to know the locals better and also growing together as a team. After three weeks of Iraqi food (chicken and rice), we were ready for some American food! We had the joy of making a good southern meal for our Iraqi hosts just a few nights ago, and it turns out that fried chicken and mashed potatoes are a big hit - we’ve already served it twice! It was great fun, and we hope that this was just the first of many opportunities we will have to love and serve these people.
Thanks again everybody - our supporters mean so very much to us!
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