Carol Falke visits students in the Urukundo Home for Children and Learning Center in the rural Muhanga District in central Rwanda this year. Falke, a Park Forest resident, is organizing the Art for Rwanda benefit sale and exhibit Oct. 4 at Park Forest Village United Methodist Church to build third-grade classrooms at the school.
Carol Falke visits students in the Urukundo Home for Children and Learning Center in the rural Muhanga District in central Rwanda this year. Falke, a Park Forest resident, is organizing the Art for Rwanda benefit sale and exhibit Oct. 4 at Park Forest Village United Methodist Church to build third-grade classrooms at the school. Photo provided
Carol Falke visits students in the Urukundo Home for Children and Learning Center in the rural Muhanga District in central Rwanda this year. Falke, a Park Forest resident, is organizing the Art for Rwanda benefit sale and exhibit Oct. 4 at Park Forest Village United Methodist Church to build third-grade classrooms at the school. Photo provided

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