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Hope Children 2013

8758335601_65617048f6_zIn March, we had a team from Asbury United Methodist Church in Tulsa, OK come and spend some time with our kids. One of the projects they took on was taking new pictures of the children. The pictures turned out great and we are so thankful to the group for taking the time to bless us with new photos! See the new pictures below.

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Trip to the Children’s Museum

8746027026_0d8bacbe68_zAt the beginning of this month, the preschool kids took a trip to the Children’s Museum, an interactive science museum for children. At the museum, they started off playing with big bubbles and even got to stand and be surrounded in a gigantic bubble. They were so excited about that, it was hard to get them to leave! They ran around excitedly to each new room, filled with new adventures and things to explore. They got to play a life-size game of Operation, then drive and perform “surgery” on an ambulance. Then they moved on to fighting “germ” punching bags. They learned about nutrition and shopped in a market, where they tried to fit the entire store in their tiny carts. When they were done getting their groceries, they played in the ball room, where they worked to load up all the plastic balls to the bins in the ceiling. When the bins were full, an alarm would sound and all the kids would run, screaming, to the center of the room where the bins would open and shower them with balls. Then they took a break for lunch at Pollo Campero, one of their favorite restaurants. After lunch, they headed back for more adventures. They learned about the constellations in the sky, and Sarai even got to be launched into “space” in a bungee swing. When Astronaut Sarai returned, they learned how to make paper and learned about static electricity. Once they had exhausted the adventures inside, they moved to the outdoor playground. When they had were done exploring outside, they said their goodbyes to each and every station, loaded up in the car, and quickly fell asleep. It was such a special day for the kids to be able to go out and have fun learning and exploring and we are so blessed that we were able to share that with them.

Pictures of the kids’ exciting day at the museum are below.

Remember, once you click on an image and it enlarges, you can navigate to the next image by clicking on the right side of the image (a “NEXT” button appears) or return to the previous picture by clicking the left side of the image (a “PREV” button appears). When you are done, click the “CLOSE” button or click outside of the picture.

Mother’s Day

8744939253_ba0cd3c786_zThis year for Mother’s Day, we planned a special afternoon to celebrate all the fantastic mothers we have here at Hope for Tomorrow. The afternoon started with their favorite food, KFC, for lunch. It was a bonus that no one had to cook! After lunch, the kids had prepared special presentations to tell the moms just how much they love them. Delmy worked with the younger kids on a skit, Amelia and Katy did a dance, and Lidia and Edwin recited poems about how special mothers are. After that, each kid spoke about how much they love their moms and just how much they mean to them. We are so blessed to have such great women to pour into our children.

Below are pictures from our Mother’s Day celebration.

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Lexington, KY 40503
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