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

Chicuchas Wasi Girls wish YOU a Happy Christmas.. 

Our 123 girls send you many hugs and a heart full of love for Christmas and their Gratitude for the education that you give them. 

There is so much activity at the school this week with exams and then 6th grade Graduation was yesterday  - always bitter-sweet for the girls moving on and for the remaining girls to see their big sisters move on to high school.  You might recall we have an active CW Bernadette Alumnae program to maintain the emotional support and mentoring for the high school girls (now about 57 alumnae girls) that the CW alumnae girls requested and the new grads will join. So they will still remain part of the Chicuchas Wasi Family.

Efrain Valles is a 30 year CW family member and active CW Cusco board member who gives the final speech at the graduation ceremony for the girls graduating. I don't have images for this year yet, but I will soon. The same scared and joyful faces will surround him this year as they did last year. They are ready and their future awaits them.

The CW Christmas celebration was yesterday also. HO HO HO! There was a festive party with traditional hot chocolate and 
panettone sweet bread and a Christmas present for every girl. CW recognizes that this will be the only Christmas festive activity and gift for most of our girls and so the CW party means a lot to the girls. The air was filled laughter, chocolate and excitement!

CW's BIG annual events at the school were yesterday and 13 girls graduated and will move on to a public co-ed high school. They have been well prepared over the years at the CW school and they know they are ready - if even a little sad to leave their beloved primary school. Soon they will return to CW as part of the CW Bernadette Alumnae program, so still tightly connected.

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All of CW sends a HEART FELT THANK YOU for YOUR Donations. Your support will keep the school open and free. 

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Teacher & young ones sing a christmas song to you
Teacher & young ones sing a christmas song to you
CW Christmas party
CW Christmas party
Santa remembers everyone..no-one is left out
Santa remembers everyone..no-one is left out
Graduation line up of girls off to high school
Graduation line up of girls off to high school
Girls are sending Hugs and Kisses to you
Girls are sending Hugs and Kisses to you

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Rae with a few of the early Shelter kids in 1989
Rae with a few of the early Shelter kids in 1989
Words are not enough to share the CW journey and gratitude I feel...
         The children found me in 1987 and little by little took over my heart. Chicuchas Wasi was founded that year as an emergency shelter for abandoned children. All the trials and errors one might imagine occurred over those first few years as we grew in numbers and programs. Joy and sadness filled our days with the reality these children faced as Peru was experiencing political chaos and unrest - Cusco was getting risky for young boys the terrorists wanted to recruit. The next step fell in front of me with an old Urubamba house.
         In 1990 I bought a big old house with many bedrooms in Urubamba with my family's help and created a California style B&B that supported us all in the Shelter for about 8 years. Soon an energetic 22 year old Ruth joined the kids and I and CW took off. Two strong and dedicated women, a Peruvian and a Californian made quite a team and both listened to the guidance of the Divine Mother- we could not fail.
         Urubamba was a grand adventure: fixing up the old house, making bread, fun with a house full of teens and more. Ruth (a trained and experienced educator) and I (Nurse from USA) each had special skills and by 1996 realized the need to do more to prepare the children for long term change. The resident children were moving on to University or to start their adult lives and CW was reorganized in 1997. We founded The CW School for Rural Girls ignored by the Peruvian Ministry of Education to address the gender inequality embedded into the Andean rural culture.
         Ruth created the magnificent system of education for our girls that has had so much success in changing the rural community we serve. We attack academics, empowerment, values and many special programs. First she had to convince the families of the value of educating girls and invited Gloria (17 year old student teacher) to help out. My role was to continue to fundraise and manage the B&B until we returned to Cusco. As if on a train driven by a divine choker, Ruth and I hung on.
        Today we have a fully functioning primary school serving 123 girls who will gradate to public high school in December. Our Alumnae girls are showing their smarts at the high school and honored as the highest achievers in their public high schools. They are empowered with confidence and preparation in many areas. They will never have to live in extreme poverty as the women before them have. We are extremely grateful for the clear guidance we have received and the support from all of you to make CW the success it is today. Together we are changing the lives for so many girls, their families and future children.            THANK YOU for YOUR Donations
               Giving Tuesday begins on 11.27.18
With YOUR help CW School remains open and free to poor girls
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Street kids in 1988 in Cusco at our front door
Street kids in 1988 in Cusco at our front door
Ruth and Rae merge skills and leadership for CW
Ruth and Rae merge skills and leadership for CW
The shelter boys having fun making the house bread
The shelter boys having fun making the house bread
Ruth& Gloria open first 4 y/o CW class Urubamba
Ruth& Gloria open first 4 y/o CW class Urubamba
The CW School for Girls today 123 girls
The CW School for Girls today 123 girls

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Our Teachers line up to greet you & psychologist
Our Teachers line up to greet you & psychologist

Please take a good look at the impact our teachers make.

We cannot lose a single one of our specially trained and dedicated teachers, who were specifically chosen because they offered more than the important academics to teach primary students. They also embrace the CW values and mission to be a CW teacher. Our teachers are the most obvious role models for our students and must themselves live up to the values CW teaches the girls. We have dedicated teachers today. The financial crisis we are currently facing forces us to look where we can cut costs and the biggest budget is for our incredible teachers, without them CW would be just like the impersonal public school - each student is just a number.

The CW school creator and administrator, Ruth (born, raised and educated in Cusco) had a vision of what and how we should educate and empower girls living in stark poverty, so that they could achieve a quality life, gender equality and without oppression. Besides our teachers, this meant working with our psychologist and families to awaken them to the options they might not see before them and lift them up by showing them how to be responsible parents. Our success with the families we serve is astounding and just the beginning.

There are no social services in Cusco and our search for a social worker proved futile. The Cusco University doesn't have this program. Our psychologist has taught skills to the staff and teachers on how to handle dangerous or life threatening home situations. Ruth's lawyer husband Erik, often responds to immediate situations directing Ruth to the best action to take.

 The primary cause of the serious family dysfunction is due to the extreme poverty the families live in and lack the skills for even a slight improvement. Our teachers not only teach their class, they make home visits to each family to understand the girls home reality. Our teachers all have another responsibility: they wait in the early morning at the bus stop with the girls for the CW school bus. At each bus pick up location there is a teacher who accompanies the girls to and from school. Some even tutor several students in their homes so they can be with their own children after school.

OUR TEACHERS are exceptional in getting and holding the attention of our girls to engage them all learning opportunities. Student enthusiasm to learn is constantly observed. CW TEACHERS don costumes for their talent show created for the students on Day of the Student, dance traditional dances along side their students and contribute enormous emotional support and spread their amazing spirit of unity.
They often meet to strategize any areas that might need a new approach in evening meeting at Ruth's home.

Without the dedication of our teachers and their never ending enthusiasm for our girls, CW would be so much less than it is today.

                                     THANK YOU ALL FOR MAKING GIRLS EDUCATION A PRIORITY

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                                                               **NOTICE**

In case you missed the last CW News Update when I told of the sudden unavoidable loss of the large donation for teacher funding we must raise, It is repeated below.

                                   PLEASE donate today for CW
                                               click below

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

Donations in general are seriously down.  A generous donor just informed us they cannot continue to fund their commitment of $65,000 a year, toward our teacher salaries and annual budget of $153,000 leaving us in a panic. I am putting out a plea to all who value what we do for 123 girls every day to please support our teachers until the new self-sufficiency program is operational (about 3 years) and your donations will not be needed. We are so close to being completely operated and funded in Peru. This was a surprise and a sign of the times we live in now. Due to the sudden loss of this donation we are at risk of closing needed programs like the meal and psychology and both are absolutely necessary. To eliminate any of our dedicated teachers would hurt the function and success of the school.. 

Please feel free to contact me for more information (707) 695-0504.

Teachers hard at work at Ruth's house
Teachers hard at work at Ruth's house
Holiday celebration with girls & awards
Holiday celebration with girls & awards
Teacher dances alongside her students
Teacher dances alongside her students
Teachers doing field work to meet up with parents
Teachers doing field work to meet up with parents
Teacher Karen with her class of eager learners
Teacher Karen with her class of eager learners
Teachers are playful for Day of the Girl
Teachers are playful for Day of the Girl

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Parent lecture on how to set up small business
Parent lecture on how to set up small business

CW believes that to excel in life we must all be constantly learning...

CW school creator and administrator, Ruth, has a number of talented friends in Cusco. Her brother Edgard teaches a group of our parents how to start and run a simple small business and actually make money. The primary cause of the serious family dysfunction is due to the extreme poverty the families live in and lack the skills for even a slight improvement. Small cottage type business can ease the situation and motivate the parents to try something within their reach. Edgard has captured their interest and there is a spark of hope in the room.

 
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                  CW Girls are learning skills for life and their parents have noticed
 
All CW girls are learning skills, like how to bake cakes and cookies to sell when they need money for public high school supplies after they graduate from CW school. The constant fees required cause incredible stress for the alumnae who want to stay in school. We also teach about money management to the girls and the parents thanks to the generosity of our accountant, Shanda, who teaches them how to make a budget, record expenses and income to determine if they are earning money. The baking teacher, Yolanda, teaches CW girls and their parents, excited to learn after tasting their daughters baked goods, and help ease their financial stress. These items are not available in their rural community and they have no ovens to in which to bake. CW will help provide a solution to their great need to earn money. The community is growing closer and tighter by learning how to support each other.

Classes are after school or on weekends at the school and the positive results are showing up in our more relaxed and happy girls and improved family relationships. These skills will serve both girls and parents over their lifetime.

 
The crisis that appeared last year, when 46 CW alumnae girls struggling to stay in high school flooded their primary school Administration with a pleas for help, sparking the engine that created these programs. 
 
Meanwhile, Dr Alejandro (our psychologist) continues his work with the girls and their parents to stop the aggressive and violent domestic problems in the home with noted improvement.  Parents have opened up to him and are now understanding that they can change and the family can heal. Their daughters can attend high school and still help the family in small ways, like baking and selling cakes. The is a WIN WIN for all.

Please come visit us and we will offer you a taste. We are so grateful for the donation of this fabulous baking oven and baking equipment from Martin Currie that will hugely enable the girls future education.
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The importance of teaching a marketable skill to the girls of Chicuchas Wasi School for Girls.
                -CW School Administrator, Ruth Uribe
"The experience of working with our former students teaches us that when leaving CW school and entering public high school, students have fees. To say that public education in Peru is free, is not true; students must make payments to enroll, for the acquisition of a uniform, entry exam fees and educational materials. With the difficult economic situation their parents face, they cannot afford these expenses."

"It is why we made the decision to teach our girls from 1st grade on, pastry baking (cookies and cakes), a 'productive and practical skill' they can learn and can put into play to build their journey through high school and life. A 'know-how' that is built throughout her school career and is very different from her experience of being a student at the primary level. They will not require a large budget or a location (CW school provides the oven), but will provide students the possibility to earn money to support their ongoing studies."

"This important support that CW will provide, adds one more tool for our girls to achieve their goal to continue their educations and achieve a career."

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                              **NOTICE**
Donations in general are seriously down and that loss is hurting our school program. We know you believe in education for girls and hope you will make a monthly donation. A generous donor just informed us they cannot continue to fund their commitment of $65,000 a year, toward our annual budget of $153,000 leaving us in a panic. I am putting out a plea to all who value what we do for 126 girls every day to please support our operating budget until the new self-sufficiency program is operational (about 3 years) and your donations will not be needed. We are so close to being completely operated and funded in Peru. This was a surprise and a sign of the times we live in nowDue to the sudden loss of this donation we are fearful we might have to close down needed programs like the meal and psychology and both are absolutely necessary and to eliminate some of our dedicated teachers is unthinkable. Please feel free to contact me for more information (707) 695-0504.
                                       This is serious.
 
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               YOUR Donation keeps CW SCHOOL OPEN
Parents learn how to manage money
Parents learn how to manage money
Yolanda teaches about baking items for sale
Yolanda teaches about baking items for sale
Teacher Shanda teaches about managing money
Teacher Shanda teaches about managing money
Girls learn how to bake, ingredients and equipment
Girls learn how to bake, ingredients and equipment
Shanda- parent review of budget, income & expense
Shanda- parent review of budget, income & expense
Psychologist Alejandro works with parents
Psychologist Alejandro works with parents

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Candidate for school Mayor-Maria Isabel -6th grade
Candidate for school Mayor-Maria Isabel -6th grade

CW School helps Girls recognize their many talents and abilities...

Meet Maria Isabel C. the CW highlighted student for this month. 

All CW teachers are fully engaged with delivering quality education and age-related empowerment tools for the girls in their grades, but also they expand their attention to the overall student body to enforce by example. Alejandro, our psychologist provides group and one to one sessions to identifying special needs and how to address them to help all of our girls grow in their abilities. 
Here is another story I promised you this quarter of another student as told by her teacher.

 

            MARIA ISABEL C. -- By Giovanna C. – 6th grade teacher

“Maria Isabel is a sweet girl who came to the CW school in March 2013. She was a quiet shy little girl, but when doing learning activities she always showed her ability and competitiveness."
"During her first years it did not take her long to make friends, thanks to her way of being The people around her knew her noble heart and this is due to the person who knew how to raise her, her beloved mom, Mrs. Berta C."
 
"Berta C. is a lady full of good virtues, very cheerful and above all enthusiastic, but with scarce economic resources. She is the only breadwinner of her family as a single mother. She was able to face her motherly responsibility with great care and courage, for her it was not an impediment to have a daughter, on the contrary she showed with her actions that being a single mother is not a problem, but a blessing."
 
"Recognizing the need, Berta looks for ways to get income for her home, so that she does not neglect her little one. She made the decision to go out to the streets with a box that carries the creams and brushes to shine shoes and until now she continues this doing with a lot of pride."
 
"Maria responds to the sacrifice of her mother by studying hard and occupying consecutively the first place during her five years at CW and this year is no exception. Maria has been striving and dedicating herself so she can receive the honor of first place this year as well."
 
"Maria’s changes with respect to her shyness are noticed, and proof of this was seen last year she ran as a candidate for the School Mayor, "Elections 2018" and won. Today she is the new School Mayor of our beloved institution. Today she is a very happy and active girl. She showed her many talents also in song and dance, she is very versatile and especially she is happy because in the CW School family she found the security and confidence that she needed to become the girl that she is today."
 
"Our work in the 6th grade classroom is based on strengthening their knowledge, but we primarily empower them and train them as women leaders so that they can face any situation that life presents them with and carry the name of CHICUCHAS WASI on high."
 
"Unfortunately this is the last year for Maria in our academic institution and we know that she has great potential. She knows that "CHICUCHAS WASI" watches over her alumnae students  in our Alumnae program and will not forget her.”

                                      

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Visitor Review

                       How Do You Say “Love” in Quechua?
"Chicuchas Wasi is a place defined by love. Love is the first and last consideration of everything they do, and it is so palpable that even a stranger like me, entering for the first time, could feel it. Upon entering this school for Quechua girls outside of Cusco, Peru, all the girls were in groups around the courtyard ready to perform, and all eyes were on me. This isn’t the usual way shy Peruvian girls might act – they were proud of their costumes and preparation for their performance, and they were confident and eager to show what they knew. Each of them wanted to talk with me, and I wished I could have duplicated myself to connect with every one of them!

The teachers and school director, who also function as social workers, visit with the community and families to find the girls who are most in need. These are teachers who know what is going on in each student’s home because they do the visits themselves. They bring the parents to the school for parenting education and engage the parents in the activities of the school. When girls graduate, they bring them back to the school to ensure they have what they need, but also to give a forum for the girls, still considered at-risk, to express their feelings about their lives.

I received a tour of the school and an incredible presentation of the Incan Winter Solstice ceremony. Each girl made her own costume, learned songs, dances, chants, and scripts for this event. It was an unforgettable spectacle showcasing the leadership of the older girls and the potential of the younger girls.

Afterwards, I shared lunch with a group of 3rd graders and enjoyed the freshly made Aji de Gallina (creamy chicken stew) with them. Being 3rdgraders, they giggled and told jokes all through the meal, but still finished every last bite. Nutrition is a major factor affecting their health and, therefore, the ability to move out of poverty for these families. It was great to see the quality of food prepared for the girls. I had Aji de Gallina the night before in a restaurant and the Chicuchas Wasi preparation wins!

There are 126 girls at a time at Chicuchas Wasi and it was clear after speaking with the students, the teachers, and some parents that it is a life-changing experience for the girls and their families. I think I left my heart there..."

- Beth Ellen
                               We are 31 years
                                SUCCESSFUL
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Meet our profile student Maria Isabel
Meet our profile student Maria Isabel
Maria is Talented and loves to dance cultural danc
Maria is Talented and loves to dance cultural danc
CW students & staff THANK YOU from their HEARTS
CW students & staff THANK YOU from their HEARTS

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Location: Sonoma, California - USA
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