Learn about Project Somos Saturday

The founders of Project Somos will speak in Rossland Saturday night.

The founders of Project Somos, a project to create a sustainable environmental children’s village in Guatemala, will speak in Rossland Saturday night.

Greg Kemp and Heather Knox, started the project and will be sharing their experiences from the past two years.

The goal of Project Somos is to create a village that “provides a secure home, a loving family and a hopeful future to Guatemalan children in need.”

For more information about the project and how you can volunteer, or get involved, check out www.projectsomos.org.

The presentation is at Cafe Books West, on Washington Street in Rossland, from 6-7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15.


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