Category Archives: A school for Galai

Advent-A time of Preparation and Expectation

St John has been working on the Galai School project for five years.  Construction is underway.  The people of the village are fully involved and have been given a hand up by a group of people an ocean away.

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St John Finds a Partner

  For five years St John has been working toward this project.  After careful consideration we have found the international NGO that can help us make this new school idea a reality. On October 29, 2015, a team of seven … Continue reading

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Galai School/African Project Benefit Concert

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Another AFRICA NIGHT Benefit Concert JUNE 9, 2012

Come out and celebrate an evening of great music and dance for a great cause! Featuring: Afrobeat Project: a complex fusion of Jazz, Funk, Psychedelic Rock and traditional West African style percussion Thai Dance Troupe Of Ottawa: Traditional Thai dance … Continue reading

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The Ottawa International Drumming Festival Presents:

‘Africa Night Benefit Concert’ It takes a village to raise a song! Come celebrate an evening of great African music, song and dance for a good cause. Featuring: Ottawa Folklore Center Jazz Band: Playing Afro-Jazz The amazing New Edinburgh Community … Continue reading

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Galai School Project – Our Mission Statement

Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy. Proverbs 31: 8-9 Education System The Liberian education system was … Continue reading

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Africa Night Benefit Concert

It was a great night! For those who missed it, check out this clip of St. John’s Michael Fry and Jesse Matthews!

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