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Dear Friends,   

July, 2012 

Once again, we are sending our warm greetings to you! In spite of the heat, the summer month was  nothing but lots of fun with the children doing different activities that they enjoyed.  We also  want to extend our  thanks and gratitude to you. Your moral and financial support are making a difference.    Summer Camp Fun Activities 

The children did their performances; The Garden skit, dances, and citing poems learned through the camp. 


A special outing for the children, visited National Railway Museum in New Delhi. 


Be an angel to someone else whenever you can, as a way of thanking God for the help that another angel has given you.—Eileen Elias Freeman One can pay back the loan of gold, but one dies forever in debt to those who are kind.—Malayan Proverb To give and then not feel that one has given is the very best of all ways of giving.—Max Beerbohm

Activities and progress of the month in learning center:  ¾ The month was filled with fun and creative activities;  For Younger children: performing arts, lentils and cloth material arts & crafts, music  and dancing; audio visual on transportations, English, manners, cleanliness and  much more.  For Older children: performing arts, sewing skill, music and dancing, educational  documentary on Indian railway; audio visual on music and varieties of dances,  English and others.  ¾ Two special outings, to:    1. Hard Rock Café for their 41th anniversary.  2. National Railway Museum, New Delhi.  ¾ T‐Shirts and school bags were provided according to the need. 

Upcoming event:    Please come and join us for the Independence celebration on 15th August, 2012 

Good thots: 

We reap spiritual blessings from giving

The Lord is faithful to reward us when we give. Sometimes that reward is material, but much of the time His rewards are unseen blessings, including peace of mind and heart, joy, His care, etc., as well as promised rewards in the life to come: Proverbs 11:25—The generous soul will be made rich, And he who waters will also be watered himself. A story is told of a well-to-do lady who had become a Christian late in life. One day she was walking along the city street accompanied by her granddaughter. When a beggar approached them, the old lady listened to his tale. She then took a bill from her purse and placed it in his palm. At the next corner a Salvation Army volunteer was waiting, and the old lady dropped a gift into her kettle. Her granddaughter looked at her with curiosity and then said: “Grandma, I guess you have lost a lot since you became a Christian, haven’t you?” “Yes,” said the old lady, “I have. I have lost a quick temper, a habit of criticizing others, and a tendency to spend all my spare time in frivolous social events and pleasures that mean nothing. I have also lost a spirit of greed and selfishness. Yes, indeed, I have lost a good deal. “And what I have gained is invaluable!—Peace of mind; power in prayer; a Friend who is always with me, who knows, loves, and protects me; fulfillment and richness in life that I never knew existed; faith that allows no room for fears; a promise of a wonderful heavenly home when I’m through with this earthly one—and much more! Yes, I’m happy about what I’ve lost, and what I have gained is priceless!”

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July 2012 Newsletter  

“Th“The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.”—Henry David Thoreaue price of anything is the amount of life you

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