Building a library, one step at a time

Cobbers for PACODES hosted the 2009 Fargo-Moorhead WalkSUDAN Saturday, Oct. 3, to raise awareness and funds for a library in the Panyijiar County of southern Sudan. Walking with a megaphone, […]

 

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