The “Pathway Project” for 2022 is alive and well. The two Copey students have been approved to travel and their reservations are made.
Fabiana Cruz Ulloa and Anyela Ulloa Mora are our student guests. They will be joined by chaperone Catalina Cortez. Catalina was the chaperone in 2019 when we hosted three students. Our guests will arrive on the Emory & Henry College campus on July 17th.
“Friends” are needed to support this project. Due to the delay and uncertainty of the visa approvals, we are crunched for time to raise $2,100.00 by June 25th.
We have some funds already which is allowing us to proceed without any further delay. The additional $2,100.00 will cover all anticipated expenses for ground transportation, meals, lodging, and airfare for everyone to and from Costa Rica.
We revised the travel plan by eliminating Washington, DC and shortening the overall stay a couple of days. However, the guests will not be disappointed. We are still planning a memorable and productive visit.
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Donate only if you feel so inclined. No amount is too small as all donations will be welcomed.
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Welcome Reception Planned…!
As has become tradition, “Friend of Copey” supporter, George Whitley will have his cookout scheduled the late afternoon of June 19th at his lovely home in Abingdon, Virginia. This is an excellent and rare opportunity to meet our guests and meet other “Friends of Copey”.
Such a project involves several people working on various parts to help it become successful. My college, Emory & Henry College can never be praised enough for all of the ways it supports this project.
Several devoted staff members of the college go the extra mile to help make this all work as planned. My gratitude is both deep and sincere. Without the college and the dedicated college people doing extraordinary things, the Pathway Project would not exist. Thank you all.