Emmanuel wanted to share some words for our 2019 Garden Party. He prepared the above videos. What he said is written below. English is his second language, and the growth I have seen in his writing over the past 2 years is amazing!
Greetings to you! I would like to give a short brief of our school Bethany pre and primary school situated at Kisongo in Arusha region,
The school started on 2018 with four classrooms, the ministry of Tanzania education advised us to build more classroom then our school can registered, Husby family leaded with Bethany decided to find the way of making money for building more classrooms and washrooms, through that year Bethany sent some money for more classrooms, the four classrooms were built and total of classrooms came to be 8 with washrooms,
Our school registered as Bethany pre and primary school and the enrollment of students were done and till now we have 162 kids, all thanks should go to Bethany Husby for the great work that she have been doing without tired.
2019 we started another big building, and the building was a dinning hall, we spent alots of money for building the school dinning hall, now it’s going to be done very soon and start renting for the different events and the money will go directly to the school account.
The blessing of God is with us always, last month we had a friend of Bethany Husby who donated some money for building the school library, the construction started on June 28 and till now the engineer is at work, the kids and teachers were so happy to see the construction of school library, they believe that through that library their dreams will come true, the library will be named after Pamrell Larsen and we welcome other friends who would like to build and add to our school.
The kids were in Holiday and they are back to school and surprised by the building of school library, all thanks should go to Husby family together with all sponsors who give support to our kids who are not able to pay the school fees, together we say long live Bethany pre and primary school.
Alexandra Sakurets led a master class on baking bread at home with Heritage Wheat. Everything was done in the simplest way. She bakes rye and wheat bread, but the grains are veryspecial. This wheat was imported to Canada about 200 years ago by immigrants from Ukraine. So these seeds were not hybridized and contain a very low percentage of gluten.
Below are a couple of links to info about the difference between old wheat and modern.
The lesson lasted 2 hours. We brought nothing with us, but we went home confident and with directions in hand of how to bake this ourselves at our home!
I would love for her to teach the class again at a more quiet time of year. All proceeds to our school, the Bethany Pre and Primary School in Tanzania!