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David’s Journey
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Date/Time
Tuesday, September 10th 2013 - 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Location
Yankton Library

Please help the Big Friend Little Friend of Yankton welcome David Jal!

David is one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, he has generously agreed to tell his inspirational story to our group on September 10th at 5:30 at the Yankton Library!  We will provide supper and make sure you leave with a little something to remember David by.

Guardians and Mentors you are more than welcome to attend. You will be just as inspired by this man and all the adversity he has overcome as the youth. I encourage you to bring your children/ Little Friends!!

David Jal, One of The Lost Boys of Sudan Born and raised in Northeast Africa in the Dunyal Village in Southern Sudan. His dream was to be a geography teacher. He did not plan on moving away but was forced out of his country when the civil war intensified in The Sudan. Only 10 years old, his dream of teaching was replaced by the desire for survive.

www.khorwakowschoolproject.org/team/

Register below and RSVP by September 6th

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