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Groups help out

Salaseini Moceiwai
Thursday, May 15, 2014

MEMBERS of the Saint John Vianney and the Holy Family Catholic Women's League in Labasa continue to be a source of blessings to some needy families in the North.

The groups recently visited six families in three different areas in Macuata to give foodstuff and groceries to them.

League president Selina Lee-Wah said all the members were reminded to bring something with them for the visit.

"We visited a crippled and sickly woman in Dogoru and another old lady in Nabonu settlement.

"We visited another two families in the same area," she said.

Mrs Lee-Wah said the visit was made possible through the funding assistance of an overseas donor.








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