Today’s Rochester Post Bulletin has a story about Steve Dickes participating in a Super Hike as a fundraiser for CureSearch.
For those interested in starting or continuing Korean Language classes, fall 2017 registration has opened. Go to the Rochester Korean Center web site for more information and for the registration form.
Please register by August 8th.
Did you bring a cooler to Camp Moon Hwa this year?
If so, did you take it back home again?
If your answers were “yes” to the first question and “no” to the second question, please contact us at campmoonhwamn at gmail.com. We have two coolers which were left behind and we would like to get them back to their rightful owners.
Samantha Rother from the Rotary Club contacted us about a great opportunity. Please see the recruitment flier at the end of this post if you are interested.
I saw your recent article about Camp Moon-Hwa in the Post Bulletin and it sounds like an incredible program and that we might share some similar goals. Our Rotary Club hosts an international exchange student each year and this year we will be welcoming a 16 year old girl, Chae-won from South Korea. I’m currently seeking host families for her and am wondering if you may be willing to share the opportunity with your network? Hosting through our program is only a three month commitment as Chae-won will stay with three different families during her time here to get a wide range of experiences. In return, she would be able her family the opportunity to get to know here and share her South Korean heritage. Rotary supports all of our families along the way, offers financial support to the student to minimize financial expectations of the family and sends our students to Lourdes High School so they can ride the school bus from anywhere within the Rochester School District. I’m also seeking host families for another student, Lara from Spain. I’ve attached additional information on the program. Do you know any families who may be interested in this opportunity or would you be willing to share with your network? I’d be happy to talk more with a family in person. Our program also offers students the opportunity to travel the world on exchange, this year one of our students will be going to South Korea. If you ever know a student who may be interested, please don’t hesitate to refer them to our website.
Hope gave us her last set of pictures and I’ve loaded them onto the page:
I’m not expecting more pictures, so I’m not expecting to add more pictures. But there are a few videos still in the works. Hopefully, this weekend.
I’ve loaded all of the pictures I have from Camp Moon Hwa 2017, including the ones I’ve received from Loretta and Hope.
They are located at https://goo.gl/photos/Ug3KEJTTStAMMLHk9
There may be more coming. Also, if you have a google account, you can add some to the page as well (That’s why I put them on a google page). If you don’t have a google account and have pictures you want to add, you have two options:
- Get a google account
- send them to me at campmoonhwamn at gmail.com and I’ll load them
Also, I have a few videos I’ll be loading soon. Hopefully, we can also get the 9th graders’ project posted. Still working on that.
Camp Moon-Hwa in the Media
There’s a nice article in the Post-Bulletin today! Everyone was very eloquent in talking about Camp! Thank you.
KAAL also had a story about Camp. The interviewees spoke well to KAAL as well. Thank you.
Rumor has it that KTTC did a story as well. If it’s true, they hide it very well.
Loretta’s Pictures from 2003-2015
Also, Loretta gave us her trove of pictures of past Camps Moon Hwa. They’ve been loaded and can be found until the “Pictures and Videos” menu tab. Then click on “Loretta’s Pictures” and choose a year. Thank you, Loretta! They are great pictures!