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Principal Portia Slaughter at Midtown Academy in south St. Petersburg, on Thursday, July 19, 2018.  2018-06-30   Tampa Bay Times   ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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Principal Portia Slaughter at Midtown Academy in south St. Petersburg, on Thursday, July 19, 2018. 2018-06-30 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
The leadership team at Midtown Academy in south St. Petersburg, meets for a back to school planning session on Thursday, July 19, 2018.   2018-06-30   Tampa Bay Times   ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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The leadership team at Midtown Academy in south St. Petersburg, meets for a back to school planning session on Thursday, July 19, 2018. 2018-06-30 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
Grace, left, and Jayden, center, both age 8, hold their violins during a lesson with instructor Linda Gaines Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at the Roy Haynes Community Center in the Carrollwood area of Tampa. A $80,000 grant to the University Area Community Development Corp. paid for six weeks of violin instruction to youth, through its after-school program, Prodigy. Tampa FL  2018-06-20   ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Grace, left, and Jayden, center, both age 8, hold their violins during a lesson with instructor Linda Gaines Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at the Roy Haynes Community Center in the Carrollwood area of Tampa. A $80,000 grant to the University Area Community Development Corp. paid for six weeks of violin instruction to youth, through its after-school program, Prodigy. Tampa FL 2018-06-20 ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Florida Orchestra violinist Linda Gaines, left, helps Taylor, age 8, with her violin Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at the Roy Haynes Community Center in the Carrollwood area of Tampa. A $80,000 grant to the University Area Community Development Corp. paid for six weeks of violin instruction to youth, through its after-school program, Prodigy. Tampa FL  2018-06-20   ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Florida Orchestra violinist Linda Gaines, left, helps Taylor, age 8, with her violin Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at the Roy Haynes Community Center in the Carrollwood area of Tampa. A $80,000 grant to the University Area Community Development Corp. paid for six weeks of violin instruction to youth, through its after-school program, Prodigy. Tampa FL 2018-06-20 ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Kyandra Darling El Amin, legislative aid for city council, takes votes on a list of project ideas from children attending Summer at City Hall, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018.  Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project.    2018-06-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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Kyandra Darling El Amin, legislative aid for city council, takes votes on a list of project ideas from children attending Summer at City Hall, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project. 2018-06-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
Students attending Summer at City Hall, vote for their choice from a list of topics to be turned into a project or ordinance, the city can consider, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. The most popular topics were body cameras for police, and increased security on schol campuses.  Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project.    2018-06-19  ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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Students attending Summer at City Hall, vote for their choice from a list of topics to be turned into a project or ordinance, the city can consider, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. The most popular topics were body cameras for police, and increased security on schol campuses. Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project. 2018-06-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
Chief of Police, Anthony Holloway demonstrated the limitations of body cameras when police are in close proximity to another person, with the help of Zechariah Wingfall, age 14. Middle and high-school students interning at St. Petersburg City Hall for Summer at City Hall, took a tour of the police department, and met with Chief of Police, Anthony Holloway and others, on the topic of police body cameras, on June 26, 2018.  Summer at City Hall is a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city    2018-06-26    ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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Chief of Police, Anthony Holloway demonstrated the limitations of body cameras when police are in close proximity to another person, with the help of Zechariah Wingfall, age 14. Middle and high-school students interning at St. Petersburg City Hall for Summer at City Hall, took a tour of the police department, and met with Chief of Police, Anthony Holloway and others, on the topic of police body cameras, on June 26, 2018. Summer at City Hall is a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city 2018-06-26 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
Assistant Chief of Police, Antonio Gilliam, speaks to young interns about the cons of body cameras for use of police accountability, citing a breakdown of trust between police and civilians, and the high cost of the cameras on tax payers.  Middle and high-school students interning at St. Petersburg City Hall for Summer at City Hall, took a tour of the police department, and met with Chief Anthony Holloway and others, on the topic of police body cameras, on June 26, 2018. Most of the students were in favor of the city using the cameras for officers to increase accountability, while Chief Holloway emphasized the greater need for trust between officers and the people they serve.  Summer at City Hall is a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city    2018-06-26   ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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Assistant Chief of Police, Antonio Gilliam, speaks to young interns about the cons of body cameras for use of police accountability, citing a breakdown of trust between police and civilians, and the high cost of the cameras on tax payers. Middle and high-school students interning at St. Petersburg City Hall for Summer at City Hall, took a tour of the police department, and met with Chief Anthony Holloway and others, on the topic of police body cameras, on June 26, 2018. Most of the students were in favor of the city using the cameras for officers to increase accountability, while Chief Holloway emphasized the greater need for trust between officers and the people they serve. Summer at City Hall is a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city 2018-06-26 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
From left: Chase Moore and Lauryn Latimer, share a laugh while pitching ideas with the group, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018.  Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project.    2018-06-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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From left: Chase Moore and Lauryn Latimer, share a laugh while pitching ideas with the group, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project. 2018-06-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
From left: Kyla Martin, age 15, Joseph McRae, age 16, and Sydni Bostick, share a laugh while discussing topics and projects the city can consider, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018.  Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project.    2018-06-19      ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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From left: Kyla Martin, age 15, Joseph McRae, age 16, and Sydni Bostick, share a laugh while discussing topics and projects the city can consider, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project. 2018-06-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
Joseph McRae said becoming involved is important to bridge gaps between different neighborhoods and people, citing differences between north and south St. Petersburg. "City Hall brings them all together," said McRae, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. McRae is pictured, center, with Sydni Bostick, left, and Kyla Martin, back.  Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project.    2018-06-19     ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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Joseph McRae said becoming involved is important to bridge gaps between different neighborhoods and people, citing differences between north and south St. Petersburg. "City Hall brings them all together," said McRae, at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. McRae is pictured, center, with Sydni Bostick, left, and Kyla Martin, back. Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project. 2018-06-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
From left: Cleo Lorenzo Wingfall, 17, Kyla Martin, 15, and Kyandra Darling El Amin, legislative aid for city council, during discussion at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018.  Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project.    2018-06-19  ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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From left: Cleo Lorenzo Wingfall, 17, Kyla Martin, 15, and Kyandra Darling El Amin, legislative aid for city council, during discussion at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project. 2018-06-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
Middle and high-school students interning at St. Petersburg City Hall for Summer at City Hall, took a tour of the police department, and met with Chief of Police, Anthony Holloway and others, on the topic of police body cameras, on June 26, 2018. Most of the students were in favor of the city using the cameras for officers to increase accountability, while Chief Holloway emphasized the greater need for trust between officers and the people they serve.  Summer at City Hall is a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city    2018-06-26   ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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Middle and high-school students interning at St. Petersburg City Hall for Summer at City Hall, took a tour of the police department, and met with Chief of Police, Anthony Holloway and others, on the topic of police body cameras, on June 26, 2018. Most of the students were in favor of the city using the cameras for officers to increase accountability, while Chief Holloway emphasized the greater need for trust between officers and the people they serve. Summer at City Hall is a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city 2018-06-26 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
From left: Cleo Lorenzo Wingfall and younger brother, Zechariah Wingfall, 14, participate in a discussion at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. "Know the history, know how your city was built up," said Cleo Lorenzo Wingfall. Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project.    2018-06-19  ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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From left: Cleo Lorenzo Wingfall and younger brother, Zechariah Wingfall, 14, participate in a discussion at City Hall in St. Petersburg, June 19, 2018. "Know the history, know how your city was built up," said Cleo Lorenzo Wingfall. Children attended Summer at City Hall, a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city. Students are encouraged to use their voice and become more involved as citizens. The students participate in discussions, attend open forum and work on a shared project. 2018-06-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
From left: Sydni Bostick, Cleo Lorenzo Wingfall and Chase Moore, raise their hand to acknowledge, they know a cop, when asked by Assistant Chief of Police, Antonio Gilliam. Middle and high-school students interning at St. Petersburg City Hall for Summer at City Hall, took a tour of the police department, and met with Chief Anthony Holloway and others, on the topic of police body cameras, on June 26, 2018. Most of the students were in favor of the city using the cameras for officers to increase accountability, while Chief Holloway emphasized the greater need for trust between officers and the people they serve.  Summer at City Hall is a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city    2018-06-26    ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
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From left: Sydni Bostick, Cleo Lorenzo Wingfall and Chase Moore, raise their hand to acknowledge, they know a cop, when asked by Assistant Chief of Police, Antonio Gilliam.
Middle and high-school students interning at St. Petersburg City Hall for Summer at City Hall, took a tour of the police department, and met with Chief Anthony Holloway and others, on the topic of police body cameras, on June 26, 2018. Most of the students were in favor of the city using the cameras for officers to increase accountability, while Chief Holloway emphasized the greater need for trust between officers and the people they serve. Summer at City Hall is a 5-week program from middle and high school students that gives them the opportunity to meet local leaders, explore how government works, and learn the day to day operations of managing a city 2018-06-26 ©Tampa Bay Times / Martha Asencio Rhine / The Image Works
Bruno Sousa, left,  of Brasilia, Brazil, and Marcelo De Cicco, of Mato Grosso, Brazil finish installing "The Invisible Telescope" by renowned Brazilian artist Sandra Cinto on the exterior walls of the Collaboration Terrace on the third floor of the Lynn Pippenger Hall, at the Kate Tiedemann College of Business, USFSP, Friday, July 27, 2018. The work was designed specifically for the location and can be viewed through glass widows on the second, third, and fourth floors. It is located in an area called Scholar's Garden. ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA  2018-07-27   ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/4 page.
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Bruno Sousa, left, of Brasilia, Brazil, and Marcelo De Cicco, of Mato Grosso, Brazil finish installing "The Invisible Telescope" by renowned Brazilian artist Sandra Cinto on the exterior walls of the Collaboration Terrace on the third floor of the Lynn Pippenger Hall, at the Kate Tiedemann College of Business, USFSP, Friday, July 27, 2018. The work was designed specifically for the location and can be viewed through glass widows on the second, third, and fourth floors. It is located in an area called Scholar's Garden. ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA 2018-07-27 ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works
Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/4 page.
Marcelo De Cicco, left, of Mato Grosso, Brazil and Bruno Sousa of Brasilia, Brazil finish installing "The Invisible Telescope" by renowned Brazilian artist Sandra Cinto on the exterior walls of the Collaboration Terrace on the third floor of the Lynn Pippenger Hall, at the Kate Tiedemann College of Business, USFSP, Friday, July 27, 2018. The work was designed specifically for the location and can be viewed through glass widows on the second, third, and fourth floors. It is located in an area called Scholar's Garden. ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA  2018-07-27   ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works
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Marcelo De Cicco, left, of Mato Grosso, Brazil and Bruno Sousa of Brasilia, Brazil finish installing "The Invisible Telescope" by renowned Brazilian artist Sandra Cinto on the exterior walls of the Collaboration Terrace on the third floor of the Lynn Pippenger Hall, at the Kate Tiedemann College of Business, USFSP, Friday, July 27, 2018. The work was designed specifically for the location and can be viewed through glass widows on the second, third, and fourth floors. It is located in an area called Scholar's Garden. ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA 2018-07-27 ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works
Marcelo De Cicco, left, of Mato Grosso, Brazil and Bruno Sousa of Brasilia, Brazil finish installing "The Invisible Telescope" by renowned Brazilian artist Sandra Cinto on the exterior walls of the Collaboration Terrace on the third floor of the Lynn Pippenger Hall, at the Kate Tiedemann College of Business, USFSP, Friday, July 27, 2018. The work was designed specifically for the location and can be viewed through glass widows on the second, third, and fourth floors. It is located in an area called Scholar's Garden.ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA  2018-07-27   ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works
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Marcelo De Cicco, left, of Mato Grosso, Brazil and Bruno Sousa of Brasilia, Brazil finish installing "The Invisible Telescope" by renowned Brazilian artist Sandra Cinto on the exterior walls of the Collaboration Terrace on the third floor of the Lynn Pippenger Hall, at the Kate Tiedemann College of Business, USFSP, Friday, July 27, 2018. The work was designed specifically for the location and can be viewed through glass widows on the second, third, and fourth floors. It is located in an area called Scholar's Garden.ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA 2018-07-27 ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works
MYANMAR Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. Group portrait with girls and Emily Valdez and Sr. Mi Mi of the Sisters of Saint Francis Savior. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
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Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. Group portrait with girls and Emily Valdez and Sr. Mi Mi of the Sisters of Saint Francis Savior. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
MYANMAR Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. The girls' boarding house. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
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Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. The girls' boarding house. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
MYANMAR Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. Lunch in the dining room. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
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Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. Lunch in the dining room. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
MYANMAR Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. The girls' boarding house. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
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Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. The girls' boarding house. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
MYANMAR Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. Girls working in the vegetable garden. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
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MYANMAR
Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. Girls working in the vegetable garden. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
MYANMAR Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. Girls working in the vegetable garden. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
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MYANMAR
Boarding house for girls and boys at Nyaungdon. Often coming from remote villages, they stay here so the can attend local schools. Philippine lay missioners Emily Valdez is involved in this project. Girls working in the vegetable garden. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
MYANMAR Saint Rita's boarding house for girls and boys at Maubin. The children, coming from remote villages, stay here so they can attend local schools. Class taught by John Hlwan Koko. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works
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Saint Rita's boarding house for girls and boys at Maubin. The children, coming from remote villages, stay here so they can attend local schools. Class taught by John Hlwan Koko. 2015 © Sean Sprague/The Image Works

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