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Sandra's Adopted School  outside
Quetzaltenango Guatemala

Sandra is a friend of mine who originally was from Guatemala and has lived for many years in Madison, WI.  She has informally adopted an elementary school  "Colegio Maya" in a small aldea outside Cantel Quetzaltengo and a nursing home in Mazatenango.   Sandra works with her friends (including Terra Experience) to get school supplies, books, building materials to the 104 students in the school and basic clothes and supplies to the nursing home.  This coming year her major "project" (in addition to school supplies) is to build a kitchen for the school.   .    This is one of those informal projects is not tax deductible - but will go to a good purpose. If you are interested in helping, contact me at lynn@terraexperience.com
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