Youth collect propagandize reserve for needy children in Nicaragua

April 7, 2016 - School Supplies

Lilia Civettini, 9, Winona, Minn., and Kaylee Jisko, 12, Stevens Point, recently teamed adult to container some-more than 30 backpacks full of propagandize reserve Lilia collected from children in her home town. The reserve will be delivered to propagandize children in Wisconsin’s “sister state” of Nicaragua by a Wisconsin/Nicaragua Partnership (W/NP) program.

Kaylee assimilated a W/NP trek plan in 2012 when she was 8 years old. She started by stuffing 8 backpacks with propagandize reserve unfailing for a propagandize children in Nicaragua, and recently upheld a 1,300 mark.

After conference a display about a conditions of Nicaraguan children by Betty Pionek during her 4-H Club, Kaylee’s mom upheld her interests to get concerned with a W/NP trek project.

Lilia initial suspicion of aiding in a plan when she attended a W/NP’s 50th anniversary cooking final tumble with her grandparents, Bob and Molly Wolensky, Stevens Point, who are also active volunteers with W/NP.

The former United States Ambassador to Nicaragua, Phyllis Powers, awarded Kaylee a certificate of appreciation for her superb efforts to assistance a children of Nicaragua. Another member of a W/NP, Dennis Tlachac, is in assign of distributing bins in a Stevens Point open schools into that students can place additional backpacks and supplies.

For some-more information in a backpack-school reserve program, hit a W/NP bureau during 715-346-4702 or


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