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2017 Reflection for Turn the Page Uganda

2017 is drawing to a close, and what a year it has been! One of my best memories of the year was taking my 15 year old nephew to visit Uganda with me and have him see part of Africa for the first time. Watching him transfer his fear of strangers to total acceptance and enjoyment will remain in my memories for many years to come. He was embraced by students from Saint Katherine's Secondary School and peppered with questions. "How old are you?" "Do you have a sister?" "How many classes do you take? "You take 6? We take 15!" I saw him look in wonder as crowds of Primary students surrounded him begging for a sticker. He wanted to give every child he met a pencil, or sharpener, or sticker... until he realized the need was so great it was an impossible task. We planted teak trees at one school and taught lessons in tooth brushing at another. He learned how to shake hands "like a man" (thank you Levi!) and give a blessing before eating a meal.…

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