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This time of year when we are constantly involved with spring projects like planting, grooming our yard, cutting trees and all of the other various projects.
As First Hand Aid continues to monitor the conditions and happenings on both side of the ocean we are concerned about two things. Here the possibilities
I have just returned from Cuba having spent 10 days down with two different groups. I write this immediately upon my return after receiving countless e-mails, text messages, and FaceBook messages about our friends in Havana after the tornado hit last Sunday night.
Well isn't this exciting! A new look and a fresh start to a great organization that has touched me in many profound ways. I met Marco many years back
Many people ask us if Cuba still needs our help, since some barriers are coming down between us. It all looks so hopeful on the news. So is First-Hand Aid’s mission changing?
The answer is an emphatic ‘No.’ The Cuban people need our aid as much as ever.
To explain, let’s look at how we got here.
Executive Director Marc Bohland speaks to WOOD-TV about this historic announcement and what it means for our work and the Cuban people.
The music of Cuba echoed onto the street in front of Sidetrack July 19. A pea-green 1951 Chevrolet Bel Air parked there sported the Cuban flag