Friends helping educate friends


Kelly Kellum, General Secretary of Friends United Meeting, speaks to members of the community about raising operating funds for the Belize Friends School on Saturday at Wilmington Friends Meeting on North Mulberry Street. For more on the Belize school and its need for funds, visit http://bit.ly/3afFDZ8 .


John Hamilton | News Journal

Local residents enjoy a brunch hosted by Chester Friends Meeting on Gurneyville Road Sunday to help raise operating funds for the Belize Friends School. The Belize Friends School has been a fundraising focus for local Friends since the announcement last fall that the school might close this year due to a lack of operating funds. Many Friends from the Clinton County area have traveled to this school in Belize City as volunteer teachers and builders. For more photos of the event, see wnewsj.com. For more on the school and what it is currently facing, read the article that appeared in the Jan. 8 News Journal at http://bit.ly/2Tkr7JB .


John Hamilton | News Journal

Kelly Kellum, General Secretary of Friends United Meeting, speaks to members of the community about raising operating funds for the Belize Friends School on Saturday at Wilmington Friends Meeting on North Mulberry Street. For more on the Belize school and its need for funds, visit http://bit.ly/3afFDZ8 .

Local residents enjoy a brunch hosted by Chester Friends Meeting on Gurneyville Road Sunday to help raise operating funds for the Belize Friends School. The Belize Friends School has been a fundraising focus for local Friends since the announcement last fall that the school might close this year due to a lack of operating funds. Many Friends from the Clinton County area have traveled to this school in Belize City as volunteer teachers and builders. For more photos of the event, see wnewsj.com. For more on the school and what it is currently facing, read the article that appeared in the Jan. 8 News Journal at http://bit.ly/2Tkr7JB .

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Kelly Kellum, General Secretary of Friends United Meeting, speaks to members of the community about raising operating funds for the Belize Friends School on Saturday at Wilmington Friends Meeting on North Mulberry Street. For more on the Belize school and its need for funds, visit http://bit.ly/3afFDZ8 .
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/01/web1_DSC_0439-1.jpgKelly Kellum, General Secretary of Friends United Meeting, speaks to members of the community about raising operating funds for the Belize Friends School on Saturday at Wilmington Friends Meeting on North Mulberry Street. For more on the Belize school and its need for funds, visit http://bit.ly/3afFDZ8 . John Hamilton | News Journal

Local residents enjoy a brunch hosted by Chester Friends Meeting on Gurneyville Road Sunday to help raise operating funds for the Belize Friends School. The Belize Friends School has been a fundraising focus for local Friends since the announcement last fall that the school might close this year due to a lack of operating funds. Many Friends from the Clinton County area have traveled to this school in Belize City as volunteer teachers and builders. For more photos of the event, see wnewsj.com. For more on the school and what it is currently facing, read the article that appeared in the Jan. 8 News Journal at http://bit.ly/2Tkr7JB .
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/01/web1_DSC_0468-1.jpgLocal residents enjoy a brunch hosted by Chester Friends Meeting on Gurneyville Road Sunday to help raise operating funds for the Belize Friends School. The Belize Friends School has been a fundraising focus for local Friends since the announcement last fall that the school might close this year due to a lack of operating funds. Many Friends from the Clinton County area have traveled to this school in Belize City as volunteer teachers and builders. For more photos of the event, see wnewsj.com. For more on the school and what it is currently facing, read the article that appeared in the Jan. 8 News Journal at http://bit.ly/2Tkr7JB . John Hamilton | News Journal