From 4 Poles And Tin Roof To House

On our first day of assessment Shelley met a mother and two daughters living under four poles and two sheets of roofing high on a steep slope without stove , bathroom or anything… When she learned the four-year old girl had never lived in a house she grabbed Tom and they went to work A couple of days later Shelley had the satisfaction of delivering toys and slippers to the  girls in their FIRST home. More pictures with story will have to wait until we get images from Tom’s cel phone.

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Trail to the house is steep.

Trail to the house is steep.

Shelley and Wendy a special bond.

Shelley and Wendy a special bond.

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"Steps" leading to new home.

“Steps” leading to new home.

.More pictures to go with this story will have to wait until we get images from Tom’s cel phone.

Six people ( grandma, 2 daughters,3 granddaughters) will live in the new house.

Six people ( grandma, 2 daughters,3 granddaughters) will live in the new house.

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4 thoughts on “From 4 Poles And Tin Roof To House

  1. Warren

    So proud of you Shelley! You guys are making everyone in Chemainus proud.

  2. Helen

    Rotary Rocks!. Can hardly wait to have you back here to tell all the stories.

  3. charlotte rouse

    Such beautiful and deserving people receiving a hand up from the giving hearts of the Rotarians of Chemainus. The work you are doing is absolutely fabulous and with each post you continue to amaze!
    Charlotte Rouse

  4. Pingback: Visit with Wendy | Chemainus Rotary Guatemala Project

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