Friday, 24 January 2014 19:21

Nancy Pearlman Update

I have just returned from climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, 19,336 feet at the top of Africa. Editing our television documentaries these next few months.  I am now collecting new and used running shoes and hiking boots for the guides and porters through my nonprofit. I am also looking for a solar panel so that the school where I support 70 orphans in Kogelo, Kenya can have one light bulb to study at night. We also need to build a well and other items. I collect all items (clothing, books, etc.) for them. Anyone traveling to Africa needs to contact me so I can send a box that they can take free as their extra luggage. It will be picked up at airport or hotel. Also saw lots of elephants at Tarangari National Park. Best wishes, Nancy

From:  Nancy Pearlman  
Trustee, Los Angeles Community College District (Elected Official)
Environmental Broadcaster and Consultant (Producer and Host of over 2500 Radio and TV shows)
Executive Director, Educational Communications (a non-profit organization)
Cultural Anthropologist and Ethnic World Dance Performer and Teacher
P. O. Box 351419, Los Angeles, CA 90035
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www.earthculturesproject.org for “Culturally Speaking Newsletter”
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In recognition of Professor Seth Sunday Ajayi's contributions to National development in Nigeria, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on behalf of the Federal Government will confer on me the Prestigious "Nigerian National Order of Merit - NNOM" (the highest honor given to outstanding Scholars in the Nigerian Academia who have contributed immensely to National Development). This will take place on the 5th of December 2013 at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, Nigeria.
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