Term two has just ended in Fiji, and students are on their two week break from school. Jim and I are in Rhode Island for the summer, and will be heading back to Fiji in September for Term three.
Jim was not able to play this year, however. He took a fall in the parking lot before the tournament began, and badly skinned both knees. So instead of playing, he sat with bandaged knees and greeted each of the players as they headed out onto the course. It was an emotional experience, as he was overwhelmed by the dedication of each of the players who return each year to support the Fiji Deaf Ministry. What an encouragement! Players included educators and administrators from the Rhode Island School for the Deaf, the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, the Beverly School for the Deaf and READS Collaborative, both in Massachusetts. There were also players from several area churches that support the deaf ministry, along with other faithful supporters.
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