Escuela Especial, Nicaragua

Student volunteer, Kevin and his Nicaraguan family

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  1. Susan Weiss says:

    Hi Lisa Marie,
    How is the young boy doing that got hurt, lost some teeth and broken nose? Is there anything we can send him to help?? My heart went out to him in that situation especially. Will there be a group get together for after this trip? Nikko seemed a bit “drained” and I understand why. We gave her time to decompress. What to do to lift spirits?
    Also, we have the suitcase (supplies) that we forgot. Would you like me to pass that on to Jen for the upcoming packing party for Cambodia??
    Thanks,
    Susan Weiss

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