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Invitation for the Inauguration of Don Bosco School – Cambodia
Dear sr. Maria Grazia,
Greeting you God’s peace and joy in this New Year 2007!
The DON BOSCO SCHOOL TUEK THLA, our project of hope, has been finally completed last September 2006, through your unconditional support and generous donation. Thanks to you, now, more than 500 poor children of the territory have access to quality elementary education.
We, the Salesian Sisters, the Pupils and Staff of the Don Bosco School Tuek Thla are inviting you as one of our main Guests at the School’s Inauguration in March 2007. We will let you know of the exact date of the inauguration the moment it is confirmed by His Majesty King Sihamoni. It will probably be around the 1st to 15th of March.
We have invited His Majesty King Sihamoni as the principal Guest of honor and key Speaker on the said occasion. He will likewise distribute to our main Donors and Benefactors, and VIDES International is one of them, the medallion and Certificate of Appreciation coming from the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports. It is a gesture of gratitude from the Ministry of Education for those persons and organizations who have given their invaluable contribution to the education and development of Cambodian children and youth.
Your presence will give to this event grace, joy and meaning. You made real God’s dream of newness of life for our poor children. We really hope and pray that you could come. Looking forward to seeing you.
God bless and be sure of our prayers.
Sincerely and gratefully yours,
Sr. Sarah Garcia, FMA
In-charge of Missions of Cambodia-Myanmar
Published in Vides Internazionale
Mother Yvonne Reungoua, Superior of the Salesian Sisters, visited the educative works of the sisters in early February 2010
Phnom Penh ( Cambodia ). On February 19, Mother Yvonne arrived in Cambodia , where she was welcomed by the Sisters of the Province of Mary Our Help (CMY) which includes Cambodia and Myanmar, and by about a thousand young people from the three FMA schools of Teuk Thla, Tuol Kork and Phom Chreh.
The events was widely covered on the net:
1. The DBFC Newsletter.
2. The Cambodia Catholic Church.
3. The Union of Catholic Asian News.
4. The Daughters of Mary Help in Rome.