Tuesday, December 23, 2008
L-R Laroto and Rev. LaDonna Sanders
Father and Son (sorry, I forgot their names)
Linda Lawrence, a friend I met at the S. African Consulate
Laroto's friend, also from S. Africa and living in Chicago.
L-R Rev. Nina Grey, and Rev. LaDonna Sanders
Mama Edie, local storyteller
L-R Norma Poinsett, Rev. Q. and Rev. Michelle Bentley
Loroto from South Africa modeling an outfit that she made. I bought a great skirt from her.
L-R Rev. Q and Rev. Nina Grey
L-R Rev.Michelle Bentley, Phifer Brown and Rev. Nina Grey (my minister and the minister at 1st Unitarian Church of Chicago)
L-R Anita Orlikoff, Norma Poinsett, Makeba (artist) and Mama Edie (storyteller)
L-R young brother, sister from South Africa, yours truly and Peter, one of the Lost Boys from the Sudan
Rev. LaDonna Sanders, Director of Ubuntu who is heading back to South Africa this month where she is growing a ministry that works with street children and cildren orphaned by HIV AIDS.
The Wine and Cheese was the first fund raiser that I have ever planned and the first "event" that I have had at my house since I my birthday party on October 17! I am greatful for all the folks that came out and supported Ubuntu and helped me. I learned a lot. Fundraising is a special skill that I have discovered is an invaluable skill when one is doing any kind of work and/or ministry. It helps when you believe in what you are doing.
Blessings! Rev. Qiyamah