Posts tagged New Year
Mead Minutes: Looking back, looking forward
As we start off a new year with hopes and plans, I find it beneficial to look briefly at the year just past. Has 2015 been a memorable year for you? Will you remember 2015 as a year of trials and trouble or a year of continuous joy? Most likely we will have a blend of successes and failures, good times and bad, health and illness, leading to both joys and sorrows.
Milestones for CURE Niger
As we reach the end of 2015, it is a good time to look back and reflect on some of the accomplishments achieved over the past year at CURE Niger. In the past few months, we have reached some important milestones at the hospital: In December, we performed our 700th surgery for the year, a […]
Mead Minutes: Looking back on 2013
2013 has drawn to a close. Some people are sad to see it leave while others rejoice now that the year is behind them. I find it worthwhile to look back over the year, if for no other reason than to stop and take a moment to rest during the holiday time.
Thank You and Happy New Year!
At the start of a new year, we’d like to take a moment to thank you for all you’ve done for CURE over the past year. Whether you’ve donated to one of our CUREkids or prayed for our hospitals and staff or shared a blog post or tweet with a friend, we appreciate your support. Thank you for helping to make 2013 a great year for CURE!
Mary Bernard: Great Expectations for 2005
Last week marked the New Year in Ethiopia, on September 11th. By the Ethiopian Calendar, it is now 2005. The New Year is the biggest holiday for Ethiopians. This is the text I received from one of my Ethiopian friends on New Year’s morning: “New” day “New” morning “New” hopes “New” plans “New” success “New” […]
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