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TGC 2016 Travel Team Ready to Go!

We are all leaving tomorrow starting at 9AM to head to our family in Uganda!  We have 21 travel team members traveling with us and lots of things going on! Keep an eye on the blog and Facebook for updates!  See you in Uganda!  

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Our TGCA Busoga Deaf Students

Today I spent the day with our deaf students. They are advancing with their signing and social activity with the hearing students. They are wonderful children.  Look at the amazing changes in them already – especially in their beautiful faces!  We will be traveling to see them all next week!!

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Busoga School Construction Progress!

The construction of the new classrooms continues as the contractor was working on the west and north retaining walls. Emma Wamubi one of the TGCA team leaders and the designer of the new classrooms was on site this morning given instructions for the work to be finished at days end. The retaining walls will be completed […]

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TGCA Piggery Progress!

The piggery getting closer as is the retaining wall at our Busoga school. Next week this time we will be there with an amazing team coming from the US including our granddaughter, Amya. The team includes returning members and many new friends. Can’t wait to get back to our Ugandan home and family!! The work […]

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June 22, 2016 Jim Wilhite

June 22, 2016 The construction of the new classrooms continues today the contractor was working on the west and north retaining walls.  Emma Wamubi one of the TGCA team leaders and the designer of the new classrooms was on site this morning given instructions for the work to be finished at days end. The retaining walls will […]

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June 22, 2016 Jim Wilhite

June 22, 2016 Today I spent the morning with the Top Class.  First we wrote sentences and reading them out loud.  After everyone was finished they took a little break and danced and sang a couple of songs. Next we as a group determined the missing numbers in a list of numbers on the blackboard.  […]

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