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Emergency Communications, Inc. (NACEC)
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Breaking The Cycle of Extreme Poverty and Hunger With Education, Job Skills and Hope!
The Haiti Vocational School Project Kicks Into High Gear with a caramel roll fund raiser!
The first funding phase for the Haiti School Project is to raise the funds needed to purchase the land in
Haiti for the school. To accomplish this we are selling giant caramel rolls, over a pound each, for just $7.50.
They are great for meetings, great in lunch buckets or any time as a snack with coffee or milk. Most of our
Caramel Rolls weigh over a pound. They also freeze well and can easily serve 6 people. You know
they are good because they are specially baked for us by Sunrise Bakery of Hibbing!
To make them easier for everyone to get, we are getting the help of some great retailers, who have agreed to
make them available at their stores with 100% of the sales amount coming back to the project. So, you can now
get them at any of the following locations and still be helping the project to move forward.
Lucky 7 - 26 W. 3rd Ave. N.
Zup's Grocery - #1 Commerce St.
Lucky 7 - S. Main St.
Lucky 7 - 1002 3rd Ave. NW
Lucky 7 - 11 S. Hwy 53
Lucky 7 - 620 E. Sheridan St.
Eveleth IGA - 602 Fayal Rd
Lucky 7 - 1211 U.S. 169
Lucky 7 - 3917 1st Ave.
Lucky 7 - 1501 E. Howard St.
Lucky 7 - 201 Kennedy Mem. Dr.
Crossroads - 3906 Hwy 7
Lucky 7 - 6282 E. U.S. Hwy 2
Lucky 7 - 832 16th St. N.
Lucky 7 - 820 Hoover Rd. N.
Special Thanks to the following locations for making the extra effort to become the lead stores for the week of August 20 - 27.
The Crossroads on HWY 37 & 7 in Iron, MN again makes it to the top.
They have been a lead Caramel roll sales location for the past 4 weeks in a row.
Great Job Euphie, Kent & staff. Keep it up!
Special Thanks and Congratulations to the Cook
Lucky 7 for being the first Lucky 7 to become a lead Caramel roll sales location. This past week they
lead all 12 of the Lucky 7 stores.
Your help is needed!
Spread the word!
Help make this fund raiser an even BIGGER success!
Stop by one of the great stores listed above and Buy a Giant Caramel Roll or two...
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Local Volunteers Needed:
As you can imagine, there is much to be done and the help of dedicated volunteers, specialists, consultants and engineers are always needed
Right now we have an immediate need for volunteer help here on Minnesota Iron Range. We are looking for a volunteer with office experience
to help compose and type letters as well as help with correspondence. We are also looking for several volunteers
that are willing to help with the current caramel roll fund raiser.
If you are interested in volunteering, please call Edward Addy at 218-305-4100.
Trip #2 Completed Successfully
We're back in Minnesota. The trip was a success and we accomplished almost everything we planned, which
One of the things that I learned this trip is that if we are going to be in Haiti helping for the long haul
we need to address several issues like security, living accommodations for volunteers and students and the
climate. This can only be accomplished by building a our own small school facility.
In the future we will add a link to an area called building the new permanent school
where we can
provide information updates to those that are interested in our efforts. I believe that we
should be able to educate about over 180 students per year with the new school.
Continuing to teach basic electricity while adding entry level residential electric wiring to the course.
For more information on trip #2 please visit the Haiti Trip #2 page
(photo) - The first day of class. Classroom was to hot, so class was held outside in the shade of a large mango tree.
Our Partner In Haiti, Pastor St. Luc Noel:
Pastor St. Luc Noel is founder of the Evangelical Bible Baptist Church in Haiti. His ministry consists of 11 churches and 6 schools for grades 1-3 serving about 1000 children.
Even though he is busy with his ministry and schools he still finds the time to be a strong supporter of
this project. He is our go to for anything that we need to find in Haiti. With his help, I believe that
we could find almost anything over there.
We sincerely appreciate all of the time and help he provides to NACEC and this project.
Last Mod: September 1, 2014