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Las Javillas children’s field day!

I tagged along to the fun-filled activity day Good Neighbors staff Alina and Aimee organised. The event was held in Hato Mayor for 200 sponsored children from Las Javillas… I haven’t seen so many smiling faces in a while!

Part of my experience in Dominican Republic…

Stay tuned for more!

Happy child!

Happy child!

Proof the children enjoyed themselves- the big smiles!

Proof the children enjoyed themselves- the big smiles!

The children got their face painted!

The children got their face painted!

mother and son

mother and son

the venue in Hato Mayor

the venue in Hato Mayor

Aimee and Alina, the event organisers  interview for staff in Hato Mayor

Aimee and Alina, the event organisers interview for staff in Hato Mayor

 

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