Mother-daughter alumnae Diane Ciccone ’74 (right) and Kali McMillan ’10 (left) visited Professor Harvey Sindima (second from right) and his wife, Gertrude (second from left), in Malawi to see the work the Sindima family is doing there. The family founded the non-governmental organization Blantyre North Relief Project, which has: built a preschool that teaches and feeds more than 100 children a day, constructed 15 homes for the elderly and orphans, and funds and runs five rural mobile health clinics. The Sindimas have worked to eradicate malaria in the area and have sunk wells to shorten the journeys that women have to travel for fresh water. They are currently building a hospital and university.
ABOVE: Tommy Brown ’79 sent this photo of himself and classmate Bruce Crowley ’79, “kickin’ it in Mexico” while they waited for Stephen Hardy ’79 to arrive.
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