Today we woke up and divided into groups and went with the villagers to their church. We divided up into 9 different groups and all went to a different denomination. It was quite a walk to get to the churches. My walk was only about 30-45 minutes, however Britnie’s group walked
Every year Youthlinc searches Utah for its top Young Humanitarian. This year we has 82 applicants from all over the state and there were 13 finalists who will be interviewed by a panel of Judges at Westminster Campus. We would like to THANK our amazing Judges! Rep. Rebecca Chavez-Houc
Kids greeting us as we drove into KiamuriBritnie dancing at Opening CeremoniesAll the kids running to meet us at Opening CeramoniesGirls dancing for us.I have never been this happy in my life. I am sitting in the most beautiful place in the world, under the Kenyan sky, listening to th
The adventure continues. We woke up today, ate breakfast, and made our way through Addis Ababa to the airport. After a seemingly short 2 hour flight, we landed safe in Nairobi. We loaded up our buses and headed to Meru. There was so much to see and take in, it was almost overwhelming.
Our hotel in EthipoiaWho knew flying could be this boring. We are somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean right now, about 2,000 mile out of Rome, where we will stop to refuel and continue on to Ethiopia where we will spend the night. So far, everything has gone relatively smooth. Everyone
From Kenya 2010 participant Lisa Moynihan: Youthlinc truly is an incredible program, and I hope you know how much change and progress you have inspired through it. Before the trip I had an idea of how awesome it would be to serve others in Kenya, but nothing could have prepared me for
Hello Parents and Loved Ones of the Kenya Team, I just wanted to bring you some wonderful Wednesday news about the progress of the team. I just talked to Britnie! She was so full of emotions as she spoke about how amazing this team is! They have worked 110% and all become so close. He
Hola, everyone! Wow, what a LOONNNGGG day! We went up to the village again and worked more on the mural (which is ALMOST done!!!), and then we continued painting and cleaning up the classrooms to be ready for school today. We got all the classrooms done except one, so we will paint an