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Amani Bead Project unites local students and aids Kenyan orphanage

December 1st, 2009

Messiah students and William Penn students get together every Wednesday night to design jewelry made from kazuris, clay beads made in Kenya. They then sell their creations and donate the proceeds to New Life Home Trust, a Kenyan shelter for orphaned babies. On Nov. 29 the Harrisburg Patriot-News ran a story about the project that includes quotes from professor Jean Corey and two Messiah students.

Read “Kazuris send message of hope oversees.”

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2 Responses to “Amani Bead Project unites local students and aids Kenyan orphanage”

  1. gloriapritsch Says:

    I would like to learn where I might purchase the jewelry? Thank you !Gloria pritsch

  2. blorow Says:

    Please contact Jean Corey at for information about how to purchase the jewelry. Thanks for your interest!


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