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With Thanks

 

 

      After 7 years as directors at Children of Zion Village, Travis and Lorna Curry will be moving on to other work. They have done wonders in loving our children and staff as well as loving the local community. With their hands and hearts they have moved the Children of Zion ministry forward. We will miss them and are sorry to see them leave, but we trust that God has hand picked their replacement and will continue to bless the outreach and care at COZV.
     Please join our Children of Zion Board of Directors in thanking Travis and Lorna for their years of service with us in Namibia. It has been a pleasure having them serve with us. We pray that our loving Lord gives them a time of refreshment and rejuvenation and then directs them on the path He has waiting. And may He bless them abundantly for the love they have shared with many. 

 

"A Night in Namibia" Banquet

 

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Harford Cable Network airs story on COZV

 The Harford Cable Network's piece on Children of Zion Village began airing on January 1st.  You can watch it online here.

Mike is running for Mafuta again!

 It looks like board member Mike Jacobs is pulling another crazy stunt in his attempt to raise funds for our Mafuta feeding center.  Click the image below for more details.

 

Second annual Race Across The World scheduled!

 

 

COZ board member Courtney West has once again organized our Race Across The World to be run this year on Saturday, September 15th.

This year's event will attempt to raise $25,000 towards the purchase of a vehicle appropriate for the needs of our orphanage.

Please click the image above to read more about the event and to donate to this worthy cause.

Race Across The World

UPDATE:  Click the image below to see photos from the Mt. Zion UMC Race Across The World event.                  

 

                             

 

COZ board member Courtney West has put together this fantastic event to raise much needed funds for our children's home in Namibia.  Please click the image above to read more about the event and to donate to this wonderful cause.

 

Board member on a quest

Board member Mike Jacobs has taken on a challenge to run 4 marathons in 4 months in an effort to raise funds for our Mafuta feeding center.  Please click the image below to read more and to donate to this cause.  GO MIKE!!!

GoodSearch Donations

GoodSearch will donate $1 for every toolbar that is downloaded between April 6th at 9am Eastern and April 9th at 9am Eastern up to $5,000!! Please download the toolbar right now by following this link - http://www.goodsearch.com/toolbar/children-of-zion-village

Our new Children of Zion Vilalge toolbar is free to download and allows you to raise money for COZV every time you search or shop online! Once added to Internet Explorer or Firefox, each time you shop online a percentage of your purchase will automatically be donated to COZV. The toolbar also has a search box and each time you search the Internet, about a penny is donated to COZV. http://www.goodsearch.com/toolbar/children-of-zion-village

Please hurry and do this now so that we can earn the $1 bonus per toolbar!

And, please pass this along to all of your friends. The two minutes it takes to add this toolbar to your browser can make a lifetime of difference for our cause!

Get the toolbar NOW! http://www.goodsearch.com/toolbar/children-of-zion-village

COZV Athletes

A group of our students participated in a regional track competition, with a number of them gaining wins. Djolo and Lisedi ran with times fast enough to qualify them for the national competition recently held in Swakopmund. Both did very well, and Djolo received the bronze medal. In this photo he is standing next to Frank Fredericks, a Namibian world track champion who currently sits on the International Olympic Committee.

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Goty and Petro have been playing soccer on a regional adult team and have been offered spots on a team traveling to Windhoek this week to play in the televised Coca-Cola Cup.

Wonderful Visitors

Much excitement was evident this week at COZV as Travis and Lorna Curry, our newly appointed COZV directors, arrived on-site for a visit. The Curry's will return to the states in order to complete their training and support raising, and hope to have everything in place to serve COZV full-time sometime in the fall. The children, the staff, and the local community all greeted the Curry's warmly and are looking forward to having them move in.

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