Carmita worked with the children in July and August helping them develop their family tree and history of their family.
The July workshops had a total of 35 children with some as young as 4 and 5.
Our volunteers returned for another summer and we even had a few new ones.
Kids were introduced to playing lawn darts, a game donated by one the Food Bank supporters. They really enjoyed this new experience.
Learning about their families is a great lead-in to the competition in November for anyone in the village to get involved in. We are hoping for stories, photos and folklore that will help us all know the history of where we live and the prize is a triciclo that has been donated. And for the folks who might have challenges in doing this type of work, our youth volunteers will assist them. Does this not sound like a win-win situation? Stay tuned for further news.