Fayne and Catherine Bullen, founding members of Paso Por Paso, were honoured by the Tierra Linda School on Thursday February 5th, 2014. Fayne unveiled a plaque recognizing his key role in the construction of 7 classrooms at the school as well as other improvements since 2005. Valentines made by the Warminster students were delivered to the students at Tierra Linda and Paso members accepted the valentines from the Guatemalan students for Warminster.
Fayne meeting some students.
David presents the valentines made by Beth Kudar and her students at Warminster.
Fayne accepts valentines made by the Tierra Linda students. They will be delivered to their twin school, Warminster Elementary School.
A warm greeting from thestudents at Tierra Linda.
Fayne and Catherine Bullen honoured.
Since Paso Por Paso has affiliated with Tierra Linda school, mud floors have been replaced with concrete, 7 classrooms have been added, school room furniture has been supplied, a kitchen has been built, a retaining wall has been constructed to protect against erosion, washrooms have been improved and windows and doors have been upgraded. Future projects include a safer water filtration system as well as a variety of nutritional programs.
Sharon from Mayan Families thanks Fayne and Catherine for all of their help since 2005.
A traditional dance was performed by junior students.
Youngsters in their traditional clothing entertain the Paso members with a folk dance.