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- Mortenson: A Man in the Media
- School supplies arrive to Afghanistan
- Hope at the end of the tunnel.
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Tag Archives: Liisa Temple
I want to start my entry this week by thanking the Sisters United Muslim Association for their help and support for this semester. During the meeting tomorrow I will be collecting donations from them for the semester and I am … Continue reading
As Professor Temple wrote a few weeks ago, here, we are now in contact with a local troop from Sarasota, LTjg Greg Para, who will be the one doing the footwork to bring the supplies to the kids who need … Continue reading
Excitement buzzed through the air as last year’s students from Professor Temple’s class filed into our small classroom on Monday morning. Lined up on the back row of tables were a series of gifts that had been sent from soldiers … Continue reading
I was given the opportunity on Monday to listen to a talk by SMSgt Rex Temple, whom, along with his wife Liisa, founded School Supplies for Afghan Children. He discussed his tour in Afghanistan, the conditions there, and what prompted … Continue reading
Remember when I talked about that finish line in my earlier blog? Yes, we just past it and we past it finishing in 1st place! A class of 12 dedicated Honors students has raised more than $4,000 dollars for shipping … Continue reading
I’m still shocked we surpassed our goal by about seventy boxes of school supplies with more still to come. If someone had told me would get past 120 boxes back in January I would have thought, “Yeah, o.k, like maybe … Continue reading