Join us at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Albany on Wednesday, May 23rd from 7 – 9 pm as we share “Lessons Learned From Our Work In Africa”.
The evening is designed as forum and workshop to bring together Capital District groups who are engaged in assisting African communities. Westminster’s own TEAM LIBERIA will report on its’ most recent trip to evaluate programs it supports. Also invited to share their experiences are representatives of four other local groups; To Smile Again Project, Mooncatchers, Zion-Hills International School and Kekeli/Ghana.
The public is invited to participate. No admission fee but free will offerings for Westminster’s work in W. Africa will be welcomed. Light refreshments will be served. For further information contact Lyn or John Kucij Lkucij@gmail.com or call 518-372-9578.
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