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Bulls Abroad: Derrick Etienne named in final Haiti squad to play Nicaragua and El Salvador – Once A Metro


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Bulls Abroad: Derrick Etienne named in final Haiti squad to play Nicaragua and El Salvador
Once A Metro
On November 1, Haiti named a 24-man preliminary squad for its forthcoming men's national team game against Nicaragua. Per Haiti-Tempo, that squad has now been trimmed to 20 players, and the New York Red Bulls Derrick Etienne remains part of the ...

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Migrant education program in Dodge City Public Schools helps nearly 300 students – The Topeka Capital-Journal

The Topeka Capital-JournalMigrant education program in Dodge City Public Schools helps nearly 300 studentsThe Topeka Capital-JournalDODGE CITY — The migrant education program in the Dodge City school district provides a “holistic” approach to learning ...

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Haitian Art Sale to Support Earthquake Relief Efforts – Greenwich Sentinel

Greenwich SentinelHaitian Art Sale to Support Earthquake Relief EffortsGreenwich SentinelThe Vassar Haiti Project will host a Haitian art and handcraft sale at Second Congregational Church, Nov. 16 through Nov. 18. There will be affordable, unique hand...

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Haitian Art Sale to Support Earthquake Relief Efforts – Greenwich Sentinel

Haitian Art Sale to Support Earthquake Relief Efforts  Greenwich SentinelThe Vassar Haiti Project will host a Haitian art and handcraft sale at Second Congregational Church, Nov. 16 through Nov. 18. There will be affordable, unique ...

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For the Love of Haiti – GR|MAG


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For the Love of Haiti
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From the Grand Rapids Magazine November 2018 issue. Available on newsstands now or via subscription. One professor's love for Haiti has blossomed into community engagement and service learning opportunities for students, a quest for Haitian art, and ...

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Silverthorne family wins fight to bring Haitian boy to The Peak School – Summit Daily News


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Silverthorne family wins fight to bring Haitian boy to The Peak School
Summit Daily News
On the beaches of Las Terrenas they encountered Jonas Julian, a young Haitian "street kid" who had taken to shining tourists' shoes for money. It wasn't long until Jonas became an honorary member of the Ohayon clan, taking on a strong friendship with ...

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