Homer 33C Butler School students take Kindness Adventure

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Homer CCSD 33C

Goodings Grove   Luther J. Schilling   William E. Young   William J. Butler

Hadley Middle   Homer Jr. High


Contact: Charla Brautigam, Communications/Public Relations Manager

cbrautigam@homerschools.org | 708-226-7628


For Immediate Release:

Sept. 26, 2016

Butler School students learn about the Kenyan culture during a Kindness Adventure at the school on Sept. 26.

Butler School students take Kindness Adventure

Learn about Kenyan culture and why we should all be kindhearted and open-minded

Butler School students just got back from a Kindness Adventure where they learned about the Kenyan culture and why we should all be kindhearted and open-minded.


Students joined their Kindness Adventure guide in the school gymnasium on Monday (Sept. 26) where they took a quick trip to Africa using storytelling, music, interactive videos and magical illusions.


They met school children from Kenya who told them a little bit about their homes, food, clothing and school day. They even helped the Butler students learn a few words in Swahili, such as “Jambo” for “Hi” and “Habari gani” for “How are you.”


Afterward, they were given an opportunity to purchase handcrafted jewelry from Kenya, including beaded wristbands, rock bracelets and carved bone necklaces.

An example of handcrafted jewelry from Kenya.

Proceeds not only help cover the cost of the assembly (which is offered to schools for free) but provide income for Kenyan artisans and raise funds to provide clean water in Kenya.


Just last month, the Kindness Adventure team traveled to a rural village outside of Nairobi where it dedicated its first clean water well in Kenya.


For more information about the project, visit http://www.kindnessadventure.com/well-kajiado.html


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