Today is the day of the 10th anniversary. The plan is to have an afternoon celebration at Moonstone with local people who were involved with the various projects over the years, the blessing by the Monk, and speeches from a couple of the students, some of the community people, Wayne, Raelene and myself.
We continued to work in the morning when it was coolest and called it a day after a full morning. Home to change and the celebrations started!
We were honoured by the presence of the local Monk who came to bless the ceremony and to speak about the great work that DWC and TRIP Canada have done over the past 10 years.
Natasha, the first student to come to Kamloops through the Kamloops Tangalle Friendship sponsorship was the Master of Ceremonies - he did an outstanding job!
DWC Team Leader
Sri Lanka: March 2015