Letter: Kindness in Kenya | AspenTimes.com

Letter: Kindness in Kenya

We, the Kapkesembe Community Council, would like to thank St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, First United Methodist of Glenwood Springs, Aspen Community Church, the Murtaugh family, the Mulcahy family, Doug and Lynda Weisser, Lisa Ruggeri and Paula Zurcher, Walter Paepcke’s daughter, for the laptops donated to our community.

We are so grateful for the selflessness of Edward Lee “Bud” Mulcahy’s family. Their visit and projects that were started in our community have left permanent marks in our hearts. The children are carrying this impact to the next generation.

Kibet Makerer Rotich

Kapkesembe, Kenya

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