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Cape Gazette Students Continued from page 50 Robin Wright. The reason for the trip, Price says, is to listen and learn. "We are going there to fa- cilitate and help them help them- selves." "It's a dream come true for me," said Fields, a longtime friend of Price who has been in- volved with the project since his return. She welcomes the oppor- tunity to become more directly involved in the project for the children and be immersed in their culture. Price and his four fellow trav- elers are paying their own way, with no funds coming out of the Muchelenje School Develop- ment Project. 'kll funds and sup- plies donated to the Muchelenje School Development Project go directly to the students and their school; 100 percent," Price said, adding that one of the greatest costs is for shipping. The Muche!enje Project has received generous assistance from many in the Lewes area. Bethel United Methodist Church has been involved since the start of the project, providing finan- cial assistance, collecting sup- plies and setting up exchanges of correspondence between the students. The Lewes-Rehoboth Association of Churchesand New Life Thrift Shop have eon- tributed aspart of their mission work; and St. Peter's Episcopal Church made the project part of its global mission. Shields Ele- CAPE LIFE mentary Sclaool administrators and staff are trying to set up a di- rect communications link be- tween their students and the stu- dents in Kaionje. SPI Pharma, where Janet Price is employed, helped provide bar- rels and shipping preparation, eliciting the assistance of HBI America FRID All willing to assist fmancia[ or by providing supplies are e] couraged to do so. Desired sul plies include schoolbooks on b; sic subjects such as Englis] math, science and geography, e: pecially those for middle scho, students, school supplies, calcl lators and microscopes. Bas] health items such as toothpast a,y, APRIL16 - MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010 S'! y soaps and over the counter an- t- tibiotics are needed. ,- "The need is great and each L- gift makes a significant differ- 1, ence in the lives of the students," ;- Price said. "They've never had )1 anything like this. They are over- t- whelmed by our generosity and c have such gratitude for things we ., take for granted." LAWSON'S PRODUCE It's time to think Spring! NIULCHI '26.00 *20.00 *24.00 TOp Soil *25.00 Bulk Mulch Hours: Mort. - Sat. 8-4, suJ Red, Black or Brown Natural Root Y'61rd - $32.00 scp 1 i/4 yd Yord- $25.00 scp 1 i/4 yd Yard- $30.00 sop i 114 ya Scoop 0 114 ya) day 10-2 Also Available: * Palletized Stone * Loose Stone i sand compost Pine Bales & Straw Delivery Available on All Products! Annette Malama receives a package from her Rehoboth Beach pen pal, Elena Leon- hart. The Lewes-based grassroots Muchelenje School Development Project is responsi- ble for the construction of the schoolhouse roof. I I A Straigb.t Smile is I Always m eason! I Sussex Dr. Michael A. Poleck 1632 Savannah Rd., (302) 644-4100 NO COUPON N EDED! 20% 50% "Save t ENTIRE ST Take an additional 20% off the *Bedding Ticketed Prices Already Reflect 20% No Additional Discounts ly OPEN 7 DAYS A Ucketed Prices 30% Savings EK THE MILL Rehoboth Beach Lighthouse Plaza, Rt. 1 North, Sot 302-227-8340 of Giant