So far, so good

It's Monday morning. We apologize for not getting a blog up for you last night but we had a meeting with the ACT Muko board here in Kabale at the hotel that went until 9:30pm. We were simply too pooped! Yesterday was church all morning - handing out more choir robes to the churches and then some more music and a productive meeting with two people associated with Muko High School.  We learned some good - what shall I say - inside information! Sue, Dick and Diana worshipped at Uganda Martyr's and Fr. John switched his schedule so that he was there for that service. We had a wonderful lunch with him and Sr. Eunice who is the Head Master of Uganda Martyr's school. Sue presented to Fr. John the money that was given in honor of Lisa Corso. It was a moment. We still miss her so. He was so appreciative. 

Youth choir at Uganda Martyrs were very happy with their fancy robes

Youth choir at Uganda Martyrs were very happy with their fancy robes

Dick with the Sisters of Uganda Martyr's School. Sister Eunice is on Dick's left - she is the Head Mistress of the school. 

Dick with the Sisters of Uganda Martyr's School. Sister Eunice is on Dick's left - she is the Head Mistress of the school. 

Sue and Generous ready for church outside the ACT Empowerment Center

Sue and Generous ready for church outside the ACT Empowerment Center

The meeting with the board last night was productive. They were all very favorable about the idea of ACT managing the High School. They talked about the new committees they would form to support the effort. When asked about what they thought ACT could bring to the High School, they said efficiency because of the American way of doing business. As everyone else has claimed, they too, also talked about how ACT's reputation in Muko Sub County would, alone, bring many more students to the school. 

A part of the ACT Muko Board with the US Team

A part of the ACT Muko Board with the US Team