News about Nicaragua
It's Bob Kalman. I know, it's been a long time...
I'm writing to let you know that I'm having a show of some Larreynaga pictures at the Adriance in Poughkeepsie next month. (The invite is attached. Feel free to spread the word). In addition to the show, there will be an artist's talk on Saturday, April 1st, and I'll be having books available for purchase.
I want to contribute any of the book or print sale profits to the Sister City group. ...
In any event, I would be pleased to have you attend the opening; it would be great to reconnect with you.
The Church of the Messiah
Parish Hall in Rhinebeck, NY
The Mid-Hudson Sister City Project helps needy children in Larreynaga, Nicaragua. Our annual brunch is our way to thank you all for your past support as well as to provide you with information about our project. During the last three years we have raised a record amount of money, both for children attending the local school and for three students going on to higher education.
Thanks again to all those who helped in the kitchen and as servers for our 2017 brunch. We had a very large crowd this year, and a successful auction conducted by Rev. Richard McKeon.
We are now in the process of sending this year's funds to Nicaragua.
Sister City Benefit Dance
Saturday, November 10, 2012
of the Messiah
Highlights from our 2011 Sister City dance:
It was a night of fun including live dance demonstrations, raffles, and door prizes. We danced to the music of the band, Cuboricua. Light refreshments were provided.
The proceeds from this dance are dedicated to the needy children and village of our sister city in Larreynaga, Nicaragua. We also collected non-perishable food item for the church food pantry. To get involved with the sister city project, please call Vicki at 845-876-3779.
Larreynaga raffle items
Reverend Richard McKeon