Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival

by Chicuchas Wasi
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Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Educate 130 Girls in Cusco for Economic Survival
Join us for a delicious Peruvian Buffet for CW
Join us for a delicious Peruvian Buffet for CW

Greetings to YOU, the friends of our amazing 126 plus Chicuchas Wasi School Girls,

Our girls are getting closer and their dreams are becoming more in reach every day. Together we are seeing incredible success with our girls - some entering University this year.  For those of us in Northern California, CW team, supporters and friends, we have a delicious event planned for us all to celebrate our 33 years of success educating and impowering girls. 

Chicuchas Wasi California is having a social fundraiser on November 3, 2019. Please take a look at the flyer attached and join us for fabulous Peruvian food of the Sazon Peruvian Restraunt. Please join us.

We need to have everyone prepay $40 as a way to know how much food to prepare and as your confirmed reservation. 

Please note on the Buffet list of dishes to be served that there is a sign up form to cut off the bottom and mail in. Please provide this information. This is our third annual fundraiser at the Sazon Peruvian Restaurant in Santa Rosa, California, 95476. The food is the best in Peruvian food in the area. Hope to see you there. Please call me (Rae) if questions: 707-695-0504

I so wish we could bring everyone to join us for this fun event, but if not in Northern California it is not so easy :-(  -Rae

The Buffet will include all the items on this list
The Buffet will include all the items on this list

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Our humble beginning with Cusco children in need
Our humble beginning with Cusco children in need

CW celebrates 33 years serving children in need in Cusco, Peru

CW's humble beginnings began with a simple home-like Shelter for the children surviving on the Cusco streets in 1987. Ten years later when the young adults left to start their independent lives with new skills, CW transformed itself to educate girls and stem child abandonment and more.

 Last week on September 19, Chicuchas Wasi was full of excitement, laughter and shouts for our 33rd Anniversary serving children most in need - Happy Anniversary to all who have stuck with us or just joined the CW family recently.    
                         YOU ALL MATTER!    THANK YOU!


     Another unpredictable Cusco Spring arrived with a surprise. It came right in the middle of our big celebration on the School's open patio. The girls presented their gift of dance, poems and stories to honor their beloved school... AND...IT RAINED!   Fortunately, it was almost the end and everything stopped briefly to move all the tables and chairs back to the classrooms and out of the rain. Twenty minutes later, everyone was crammed into the dining room for the final performances with no complaints, only cheers and laughter.
     CW began in 1987 with an emergency shelter for abandoned children living and surviving alone on the streets of Cusco, Peru. For 10 years we made a big difference in the lives of our first children; some graduated with a University Education and others opened a business while still others entered Vocation College. They all began their adult lives much better thanks to what CW gave them those 10 years. Much love, practical skills and a public education.
     CW reorganized to educate poor indigenous girls and to attempt to stem the flow of child abandonment in Cusco. A proven path out of poverty and for economic survival is to educate girls. The CW school for uneducated, ignored Girls trapped in poverty, opened with 4-year-old little girls in 1997 and today has 126 girls ages 4 to 12 enrolled. Our 56+ CW Alumnae are in high school, at the vocational college or at the University of Cusco today. We are dedicated to the rural community families who do not send girls to public school due to poverty and gender inequality. Since 1997 the CW School for Girls has been focused on ending this gender bias and is dedicated to educating girls free of charge to families who live in stark poverty.
     Slowly we have grown to a full primary school with 126 girls enrolled. Our parents were less than enthusiastic originally to allow their daughter to attend school, believing it to be a waste of time, and today embrace the achievements of their daughters with pride and donate their time and skills to support their daughters education.
     We have come a long way in 33 years and there is so much for the CW family to be proud of and CW SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IS HERE TO STAY!  When CW opened the school, we immediately needed a large dedicated group of supporters who understood the importance of education for poor girls and YOU came forward. YOU came as donors, visitors to the school, help at fundraising events, became board members, and to lend a hand when needed.  Together we have impacted this poor rural community to raise their standard of living and open doors for their daughters. Yes, we have achieved much more than providing education to girls; parents have become involved little by little as they have expanded their awareness of the value of education, our organized support for parents, helps find solutions to their domestic problems and they frequently tell us how our parent group has improved their family relationships.
     THANK YOU ALL!  Alone we could do little, but together we have and still are changing the lives of our young girls and helping them to dream BIG!
     In response to your many questions over the 33 years about 'how and why' I founded Chicuchas Wasi, I have just published the CW story:  "Jump on the Love Train"  available at  www.chicuchaswasi.org/book/ and all proceeds support the school. Learn about the CW experience and support the CW school in the process.
     The Chicuchas Wasi Impact in Cusco is well known and today a long line forms of parents who want to enroll their daughters. Our priority is to serve those with the greatest need; these girls will receive a quality education, empowerment and love and is now a magnet for others to come forward and enroll their daughters too.
     More examples of our Impact: We have one alumnae who has dreamed of returning to her beloved school as a teacher one day. That day has come; she is student teaching today under Director Ruth's guidance as part of her college program for educators. We have learned that without basic education, economic survival is impossible, especially for single mothers. Another CW graduate is a Law student at the University of Cusco. 

 

I fundraise in many ways to provide FREE Education and much more to our 126 students and 59 alumnae girls. My just published book tells CW's story and 100% of proceeds go to the school.


                         How did all of this begin? 
                    Read the entire story in the new

                "JUMP ON THE LOVE TRAIN" book 
                   www.chicuchaswasi.org/book/

                    PLEASE DONATE TODAY
https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/educate-110-poor-girls-in-cusco-for-economic-survival/ 

The achievements of our girls demonstrate how educating girls can change not only their lives but those immediately around them (neighbors, parents and siblings) and lift the entire community to a more acceptable standard of living with improved nutrition, improved health and financial improvement. Our parent group helps parents solve domestic problems and often learn a marketable skill.

Educating Girls is more important today than it has ever been before. Please share Chicuchas Wasi success stories with family and friends and become monthly donors to keep underserved girls in school. Our girls love school and desperately want to learn. 

The PIE chart and quick glance chart is to show you how we spend your donations. Please accept our sincere gratitude. Your life-changing gift of education and your continued support does so much. Of course you can come visit the school and meet the girls anytime :-) ..we can help you do that if you like - email me Chicuchas_wasi@sonic.net. Blessings to you -Rae

                      Please BUY the book
              "JUMP ON THE LOVE TRAIN"
           a fundraiser to EDUCATE GIRLS

            WWW.chicuchaswasi.org/book/

       100% of the proceeds go to the school

         Books are selling well-get your copy
                          Thank you

        CW Alumnae Girls say: THANK YOU TOO
  They never dreamed they could climb out of poverty -
                  NOW they KNOW they can!

Rae with some of our lovable early kids in CW home
Rae with some of our lovable early kids in CW home
Our First Class with 14 girls at the CW School
Our First Class with 14 girls at the CW School
Today's Director Ruth teaching our first class
Today's Director Ruth teaching our first class
Waking the little ones up with stretch & activity
Waking the little ones up with stretch & activity
Todays happy students learning and growing daily
Todays happy students learning and growing daily
What it takes and how we use it your donations
What it takes and how we use it your donations

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CW Class of 2013 enters University Law school 2019
CW Class of 2013 enters University Law school 2019

CW is a full comprehensive academic project and changing lives...making opportunities possible for oppressed & denied rural girls. Our IMPACT is huge!

Evelin was a curious student from the time she entered our CW Primary School at 5 years of age for Kindergarten. She has continued to turn heads with her achievements since she graduated CW in 2013. Evelin went on to study at a university prep high school ( La Carrion) graduating in 2018. She applied to the competitive National University of San Antonio de Cusco to study Law. Hundreds of students entered in the competition to enter the University. Evelin made 4th place (out of 30 places available) for 2019 admission to their Law School. What an achievement! Evelin is a future leader to to work for equality in her society in Cusco. She is the first woman in her family to go to school at all. In the photo she is far left in her Kindergarten class and just look at her now. 

 

                               THIS IS WHAT CHICUCHAS WASI IS ALL ABOUT.

 

Evelin has been a member of our special CW Alumnae Sisterhood, renamed the Burnardina Project, that provides funds to keep girls in school, teach a marketable skill, and emotional and psychological support after they graduate from CW. This program is sponsored by an anonymous donor.

I fundraise in many ways to provide FREE Education and much more to our 126 students and 59 alumnae girls. My just published book tells CW's story and 100% of proceeds go to the school.

 

                                      How did all of this begin? 
                           Read the entire story in the new
                        "JUMP ON THE LOVE TRAIN" book 
                          www.chicuchaswasi.org/book/
Flordina entered CW School 2nd grade speaking only Quechua. It was amazing how fast she learned Spanish and quickly caught up with her 2nd grade classmates. She is another of our girls who graduated from CW's first graduating class in 2013. She then completed 5 years at Alejandro Velasco Astete high school graduating in 2018. Flordina immediately applied to study for a Primary Education Professional career at the Uriel Garcia Pedagogy Education Institute and entered in 2019. She dreams of returning to her beloved CW School as a teacher and to be a part of the CW family for years to come.

Flordina is also a member of the Bernardina Project (for our Alumnae) and has benefited during her 5 years at public high school with school uniforms and fees. Today she is still supported by the Berardine Project for the monthly 150 soles tuition, uniform and school supplies of the Uriel Garcia Institute where she studies for her career in education. 

The images here show Flordina student teaching at the CW school for Girls. She is a very happy young woman and the CW staff is pleased to have her return to make a difference for other girls like her. THIS IS TRULY WHAT DRIVES CW School Administrator RUTH AND I. We are growing and empowering our CW team from within. 
                               
                                     PLEASE DONATE TODAY
The success stories above describe how girls can rise above their obstacles with the support of CW, meet their basic needs of nutrition and improved health and much more for a future out of poverty and full of opportunity. CW school girls will go far as noted with the achievements they have had up to now due to an education and empowerment. Educating Girls is more important today than it has ever been before. Please share Chicuchas Wasi Girl's stories with family and friends and become monthly donors to keep underserved girls in school. Our girls love school and desperately want to learn. 

The PIE chart and quick glance chart is to show you how we spend your donations. Deep gratitude is what our CW girls have for you. Your life-changing gift of education and your continued support does so much. Of course you can come visit the school and meet the girls anytime :-) ..we can help you do that if you like.
                           
                                Please BUY the book
                          "JUMP ON THE LOVE TRAIN"
                        a fundraiser to EDUCATE GIRLS

                         WWW.chicuchaswasi.org/book/

                             100% of the proceeds go to the school
       
        CW Alumnae Girls say THANK YOU
        They believe in themselves today
Evelin when entered CW school Kinder at 5 yrs
Evelin when entered CW school Kinder at 5 yrs
Flordina studying to teach one day at CW school
Flordina studying to teach one day at CW school
Flordina student teaching at CW school
Flordina student teaching at CW school
How we spend your donations
How we spend your donations
The 32 year story of Chicuchas Wasi
The 32 year story of Chicuchas Wasi

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These girls are dreaming big for their future.
These girls are dreaming big for their future.

CW is a full comprehensive academic project making opportunities possible for oppressed & denied rural girls. We need you to help us do this.

CW provides FREE quality interactive primary education for ages 4 to 12, plus many of the basic life needs that our families are unable to give their children. We include a nutritious daily meal to combat malnutrition in half of our girls, annual medical evaluation to follow and monitor girls and treat ignored health problems. We teach Spanish and English language classes, and a marketable skill (Bakery class) for after CW - so girls can pay public school fees and stay in school. We provide semi-annual dental care for all CW girls, safe school transportation, all uniforms, books and supplies, creative arts of all types. We provide a voting experience so girls know how to use their voice to create change in their society and can teach their parents, required parent classes and counseling, alumnae mentoring and so much more.  We are not only an educational institution, but we are also social workers.

I fundraise in many ways to provide all of the above for free to our 126 students and 59 alumnae girls. The new book tells our story and 100% of proceeds go to the school.

 

                     How did all of this begin? 
           Read the entire story in the new
        "JUMP ON THE LOVE TRAIN" book 
         www.chicuchaswasi.org/book/
                     
                To OUR UK Friends
please email Kate at KTunni@sky.com to be added by July 19.
                        Thank you.
An important CW focus is the empowerment of CW girls, to stand confident and tall, meet eye to eye to challenge male authority and to overcome the age-old oppression of indigenous girls and women.

Today our alumnae girls are recognized as high achievers at the public high school. We have had incredible success once all the basic needs are met so that learning can occur. Thanks to your support we have been able to provide what our special girls have needed to thrive. Our girls are  showing their smarts and leadership abilities more every day. 

The PIE chart and quick glance chart is to show you how we spend your donations. The CW girls are absolutely so grateful to YOU for your continued support and they tell me often - I must pass their gratitude on to you now. Of course you can come visit the school  and meet the girls anytime :-) ..we can help you do that if you like.
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          A DONATION MATCH DAY this Thursday, July 18, 2019. 
The occasional special DONATION MATCH DAY at GlobalGiving.org online is worth the effort to wake early (sorry) to donate before the allowed GG match money is gone. 
 
                       GG BONUS Online plateform Match Day!
                Donations OVER $100 to $1000 will be matched
                               July 18 - START - 6AM
                                   SHARP PLEASE!
                               
                   GlobalGiving MATCH DAY LINK
                       (MATCH funds GO VERY FAST)
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Ruth and I are over-the-top with the success of our girls enrolled at University and Vocational colleges today. This has been our hope – for CW girls to have this opportunity to reach their dreams. Their line of women never had the opportunity to go to school for the basics, let alone higher education.
 
                          Please BUY the book
                   "JUMP ON THE LOVE TRAIN"
                 a fundraiser to EDUCATE GIRLS

                  WWW.chicuchaswasi.org/book/

                    100% of the proceeds go to the school
                     Books are selling well-get your copy
                     Thank you
This PIE shows where we spend your donations
This PIE shows where we spend your donations
What is needed for the programs costs
What is needed for the programs costs
A young happy student doing her class work.
A young happy student doing her class work.
CW TOP Graduating Girls with moms and Ruth
CW TOP Graduating Girls with moms and Ruth

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Ruth stands with Maria and her mother proudly
Ruth stands with Maria and her mother proudly

Empowering girls to reach their full potential is what CW is all about...

Graduation is a bittersweet time for all. Ruth proudly stands next to Maria, the top-rated 6th grade graduate and her mother at the end of the school year last December. This was Maria's final day in the loving arms of the CW School for girls. Excited about her future and proud of her accomplishments, Maria knows she will manage her adjustment to a co-ed public high school, thanks to the 8 years of CW preparation she has received. She has listened to the CW alumnae stories about CW Girls being recognized by the high school principal as the highest achievers at the high school. She also knows that several CW alumnae girls entered the prestigious Cusco University last March and she can too.
                               How did all of this begin? 
                BUY the book & Read the entire story
                     "JUMP ON THE LOVE TRAIN" 
                  www.chicuchaswasi.org/book/
(UK supporters please contact Kate at Ktunni@sky.com)
              THIS IS A CW School FUNDRAISER

Photo: Cristel received her diploma last Dec. and was surprised when she was awarded the honor of being the best friend to all of her classmates and gifted an envelope with 50soles. This was a teary moment that sent Cristel into the arms of her beloved school director Ruth. She started high school in March this year.

Photo: The two highest CW achievers were recognized at graduation and stood tall with director Ruth and their mothers for this honor in front of the entire student body. Now in High school.

Photo: One of many visits from the CW alumnae high school girls who enjoyed breakfast at the school and a game before the advanced math class and bakery class begins.

                                A few of the CW Programs

Our daily hot meal program has improved the health of our CW school girls who arrive each March malnourished due to poverty and a lack of nutrition. They have overcome anemia, lethargy, and several are being treated for TB and other health issues found at the annual March Physical Exam.

All girls participate in the school's mayoral election, as if it were the Peruvian Presidential election, to learn how to vote..so they then can teach their parents. Here you can see the moderated debate between the final candidates. All students vote.

The honor guard girls are the 6 top 6th grade students and the flag bearer is THE top student. In the photo the outgoing 6th grade is marching towards the incoming 6th grade students chosen to receive and carry this honor for the next school year.

                                          CW IMPACT

Our girls are University and Vocational college bound and this has been the dream of Ruth and I – for CW girls to have this opportunity to reach their dreams. Their line of women never had the opportunity to go to school for the basics, let alone higher education. We have girls at the University now.  Photo: These are three of our alumnae girl - look at those faces. They will go far and be the leaders of tomorrow. We are so proud of them!

                              GG BONUS Match Day!
           Donations over $100 to $1000 will be matched
      July 18 - START - 6AM Sharp-Pacific Time - SHARP PLEASE!
                       GlobalGiving MATCH DAY LINK
                         (MATCH funds GO VERY FAST)
                   
             ALSO- Please buy the story of ChicuchasWasi
                       "JUMP ON THE LOVE TRAIN" book

                                  THANK YOU ALL
           WWW.chicuchaswasi.org/book/
         Last photo - CW Alumnae Girls say
                          THANK YOU 
   NOW they believe they can achieve anything!
Cristel receives honor at her graduation from CW
Cristel receives honor at her graduation from CW
CW Alumnae high schoolgirls return learnnew skills
CW Alumnae high schoolgirls return learnnew skills
CW top students graduate awards with moms and Ruth
CW top students graduate awards with moms and Ruth
Learning how to vote with cw mayoral election
Learning how to vote with cw mayoral election
The honor guard change over at graduation
The honor guard change over at graduation
Alumnae girls return for special training
Alumnae girls return for special training

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Chicuchas Wasi

Location: Sonoma, California - USA
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