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The Haiti Connection - Daily Diary Episode IV - Delivering Hope

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Thursday, Oly and Jeff once again followed the Wenatchee Rotary Group as they distributed 100 single home sized water filtration systems to families in Milot and the surrounding areas. Education on use and maintenance was provided to everyone, as these are key for the long-term function of the filters. Big smile all around by recipients of the filters - they completely understand the significance of having a clean water source.

Today we’ll be traveling to a small town to the North West of us called Limbe. There’s a rumor circulating that we may stop at a beach on the way home. Hope it’s true. On Saturday (tomorrow) we’ll be getting up early to pack and catch the plane back to Miami and then back on to home. Can’t believe it’s been a whole week already.

You can learn more about "The Haiti Connection" documentary project at www.north40productions.com.

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