Girls’ Indoor Track Field Boys’ Indoor Track FieldBasketball Front row (left to right): Jasmine Thomas, Oakton; Nigel Munson, DeMatha; Paulisha Kellum, Bishop McNamara; Michael Gruner, Whitman; Keisha Eaddy, River Hill; Doreena Campbell, Edison. Second row: Bobby Shannon, Potomac (Md.); Ashleigh Braxton, Forest Park; Austin Freeman, DeMatha; Lauren Thomas Johnson, Notre Dame; Eric Hayes, Potomac (Va.); Chris Wright, St. John’s.
While I can appreciate your compassion for needs in America. It really puzzles me that you would compare that need to children and families needs in Africa. You can tell by everyone involved in this wonderful program that true appreciation was given.
Although I hit in revenue within a year of launching, it all went back into the business wasn like someone handed me a cheque for that amount. Last year we made and it was such an overwhelming feeling of pride. I have to remember to leave the house and force myself to hang out with people.
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