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Heifer Project Update

Heifer Update Today’s Question: The fiber from Angora Rabbits is called Angora – so then, what is the fiber from Angora Goats called? (The answer can be found at the bottom of this past) The LUMM breakfast/meeting on November 3, 2018 marked the 12th meeting since the LUMM adopted the Heifer Program. This month’s donations are as follows: 1 sheep and 1 flock of geese. On a larger scale, (minus those above) here are the donations we have made for…
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Heifer Update – Nov. 3, 2018

GARDEN AND GOAT Sharada Devi, 48 years old and a mother of eight children, felt lost and alone in her home village of Tarwara in the state of Bihar. As a member of the lowest caste, she simply didn’t have options in her life, so she worked as a laborer in another, richer farmer ‘s field. Her husband, Gulma Sada, 53, had to leave her and her children to find work in the faraway town of Punjab . Sharada Devi…
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Lakeview United Methodist Men Heifer Report

LUMM Heifer Project September was a special month for our mission. We had 2 individual gifts of $275 each, which specified we send a girl to school. Then through the funds gathered during the month, we donated a trio of rabbits, a Hope Basket (which is a combination of chickens & rabbits) and finally, a Flock of Chicks and a Flock of Geese. Then came the announcement from Heifer International that all our gifts would be doubled. Praise God! Now…
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LUMM – Heifer International

Heifer Update Another exciting week! First, a generous donation allowed the Methodist Men to purchase 3 pigs. A chance for more of God’s less fortunate to raise themselves out of hunger and poverty – Praise God! Then, we received a donation toward sending a “girl to school”. We now have $100 of the $275 needed to make the school bell ring again. Following is another success story from Cambodia showing us that pigs are a viable animal to help feed…
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Heifer Project Update

Purchase of a llama, a flock of chicks and a flock of geese The March meeting of the Lakeview United Methodist Men was held on Saturday, March 3rd, a day I will not soon forget. After a great breakfast (free) our meeting was held. The Heifer Project, with last months carry-over and donations and quarter tubes giving had allowed us to use $190 towards the purchase of gifts for the poor & hungry. The men’s group approved the purchase of…