Tuesday 3/4 | Jean Ann

4 thoughts on “Tuesday 3/4 | Jean Ann”

  1. Just want you to know how much we look forward to and enjoy your daily
    blogs of all the good things you are doing every day. I have shared the
    opportunity to “tune in” with your link for the Foundation Board members.
    What a good educational opportunity for them of what Global Partners
    is all about by reading about your daily activities. Also have shared with
    other interested individuals.

    We just had more snow last night – guessing by what was on the shovel
    about 2-3 inches of puffy light snow. It is a beautiful winter wonderland
    right now – all so nice and white. And a heat wave of 17 ☺ Much
    better than the record of -21 that was set at the airport the other evening.

    Thanks again for your updates – take lots of photos to share.

    Our thoughts are with you.

    Barbara Clappier
    Executive Assistant
    Gundersen Medical Foundation
    1836 South Avenue (C03-006)
    La Crosse WI 54601
    608) 775-6603 OR 1-800-362-9567 Ext. 56603
    (608) 775-6601 FAX
    blclappi@gundersenhealth.org

    “WHERE GENEROSITY CHANGES LIVES”

  2. Wonderful updates with the blog. Team members you are doing great things for the community and mission. Cheryl are you using a treadle sewing machine!!! Jan and I came home Monday evening after staying in Marion, IL due to a ice storm. Several snowbirds were coming off the interstate due to the storm. Jan learned how to play Hand and Foot.
    As Barb mentioned the snow was great with sun shining with snow on the pine trees. Hopefully spring will arrive soon.
    Everyone stay safe and continue your mission work.

    Cindy .)

  3. Just started reading your blog. You all are AMAZING! Reading what you all are doing warms my heart and bring tears to my eyes. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Stay Safe and have fun!

  4. Thank you for your post on working with the kids to test their vision. Very important! The surgery schedule sounds pretty dynamic, too. We’re glad that day was not interrupted by any rats making right turns. Saw the samples of the basketry and beadwork on the Project Mercy site – beautiful things! No luck on finding the Amharic translation for “freezing drizzle.” I guess you will have to make do with “tiny ice rain” to explain what your home folks will be experiencing tomorrow (Friday) apparently, but we hope not much. Your work and service inspire us. Thank you for all you do. You remain in our thoughts and prayers, John

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