Several months ago, the city of Siguatepeque repaired the bridge, which had three large holes in it, and paved the road adjacent to the school property. Although the paved road and new bridge are a huge improvement, when finished it was a foot higher than our gates leading into and out of our circular drive, making it inaccessible.
With a generous donation from St. John's Montgomery and the help of those who regularly support my work, I was able to pay for the installation of some new drainage pipes,
and install two new concrete access drives.
My contractor was kind enough to give us some sod so we could green up the space in between. Now everyone on the street is sprucing up!
We are making great progress on the construction of the new cafeteria building at San Juan's as well.
When finished, we will be subdividing the space with temporary sheet rock walls to provide three more classrooms. We are bursting at the seams here. Hopefully, with God's help, we will be able to build a new classroom building in the next couple of years, the temporary walls will come down and we will be able to quickly turn this new building into a really nice cafeteria for the children.
I can't thank you enough for your continued support of my work in Honduras. God bless