Our mission was unbelievably blessed with a donation to build an olympic-sized pool on the plot. It will be used for the students at the school, missionaries, and also for community members on the weekend. Construction actually started a while ago last year, but due to all the rain we have been getting it has taken much longer than anticipated. Pastor Jerry asked me to go take pictures of the progress for the donors yesterday, so I thought I would post it as well. I am looking forward to getting it done, and actually being able to use it! Who would have ever thought that in the middle of a desert we would have such an amazing oasis! (Pool)(Pool: side view)
January 25, 2008
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