Thank you GhanaAugust 28, 2016
Well…The wheels have touched down and the travel team has made it back safe and sound (or yesterday we did…sorry, I’m a little behind). The travel team and I are extremely proud of the amount of work that we managed to accomplish during the past 32 days in Ghana. We would like to acknowledge and thank so many people who helped us accomplish everything. We would like to extend our thanks not only to each of the masons, laborers, and carpenters but also to our cultural mentor Fritz Mick, our structural mentor Bob Steckel, our UW-Platteville Professor and in country expert Dr. Sam, and our driver, Charles. The amount of work that we got done was very much thanks to the effort and support that we received from each one of our mentors and in-country contacts. In addition to our in-country contacts the travel team and I would like to thank our friends and family within the States who assisted and supported us on our travels. The joined support of everyone who helped us along the way is greatly appreciated and led to a successful trip filled with new experiences, friends, and nearing the completion of a new school for the village of Nsumia.
Thank you all and we look forward to continuing work to open the school in March and to begin our next project to help as many people as we can.