Posts Tagged ‘ Bags for Africa ’

Bags of delight

Dec 14th, 2015 | By
Bags for African school children

Number 8 Network’s day was made when this photo was sent in. Back in August we ran a story about ESOL teacher Gayle Pearson wanting a little help sewing fabric bags for African school children. Readers of N8N and Hamilton News stepped up and 170 bags were made and delivered to Abby Fisher, who is

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Bags for Africa on their way

Oct 26th, 2015 | By

One hundred and seventy fabric bags are on their way to Africa, all ironed and looking fabulous, says ESOL tutor Gayle Pearson. The bags will be used by school children living in a rural village in Malawi, Africa. Some pens and pencils have been thrown in, as well.  The call for help sewing the bags

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Bags for Africa – sorted

Sep 5th, 2015 | By

ESOL tutor Gayle Pearson wanted help making fabric bags to be taken to Africa. She was overwhelmed at the response to a story on Number 8 Network, and reprinted in the Hamilton News. “I was overwhelmed and delighted with the response – more than a dozen more people have offered their skills and time, it

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