These young boys come by our flat regularly. They are recent converts. They love to sit down and use some of the phonics programs we have written. Here they are watching “The Sounds of Alice,” a photo story for teaching phonics written by Sister Lovegrove.
The Alice Springs Branch held a very successful Multi-Cultural Night a few weeks ago. Besides local people from Alice Springs and out bush, and of course the U.S., we had people from New Zealand, Tonga, China, Korea, and the Philippines. Everyone brought a pot luck dish from their country. Many shared talents and information about their native land. Below, a New Zealand war dance is being performed.
Some of us are checking out a live witchity grub. No one had the courage to eat it.
Some of my English students came with friends and family. They seemed to enjoy themselves.