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Pickups and Bubbles: An Elusive Measure

Let’s see.  Twenty-three participants, eleven translators (four were leaving on that day, so there were four extra in the morning), two brigade coordinators, and two drivers, I think that is thirty eight.  Okay so maybe it was thirty-seven or thirty nine, I didn’t actually count.  The Virginia

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A Complicated Jigsaw

The most recent brigade team at Colomoncagua was certainly cause for great anxiety.  It was our inaugural brigade for our new Honduran Brigade Team.  Half of the team, Laura and Paul, were in the States for a brief vacation.  The brigade itself was completely new to Shoulder

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Tangrams and University of Rochester

What does an ancient Chinese game called Tangram, the First Unitarian Church of Rochester, the University of Rochester, and thirty primary school educators have to do with sustainable development in the rural, isolated communities of San Marcos de la Sierra?  Everything. No one knows how many millennia

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