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DECEMBER 2015 NEWSLETTER

As this year of 2015 comes to a close and we anticipate a bright new year to come, we in the Hammond Family want to take this opportunity to thank each of you for your support of Learning Curves which in turn supports our humanitarian efforts around the world.

We look forward to the Christmas season with great anticipation of opportunities to share time and love and memories with family. For us, family is the center of all we do and this is the season we are all together with love and appreciation for all that we are blessed with.

Our past year at Learning Curves was a great success. This success made it possible for us to host Smiles for Life teams in Bolivia and Dominican Republic and Guatemala. We were able to equip and open three new dental clinics in Guatemala which will provide access to care for thousands of less fortunate people in the remote Eastern Highlands.

As we anticipate the New Year, we will host Smiles for Life Teams in Nepal, Guatemala and the Dominican Republic. The opportunity this effort gives us to serve side by side with our volunteers and members of our family brings joy beyond measure.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to each of you.

Sincerely,

Roy and Glenda


 

Want to find a winding road to unwind this year? Please join us on a Learning Curves Adventure. We love the opportunity to serve.

Roy and Glenda and our Learning Curves Family

And be sure to check out Learning Curves, the Book.
Not only is it a great compilation of true stories, parables, and wisdom, 100% of its proceeds go to charity.

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Learning Curves founders
Roy & Frances Hammond


 
Frances Hammond, 1941-2009. 
We will never forget her.
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