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									             Gulu, Uganda
         Child Mother’s Village
                       Nursery
               PROJECT PROPOSAL




In Partnership with:

HOPE FOR THE NATIONS
ACTION INTERNATIONAL
Be A HERO – General Information
Head Office:          PO Box 25077 Mission Park, Kelowna BC V1W 3Y7
US Office:            2304 N. 7th, Ste L, Bozeman, MT, USA 59715
Telephone number:     (250) 717-1003
Fax number:           (250) 717-1013
E-mail address:       info@beahero.org
Contact person:       Dawn Meier
                      (250) 717-1003
Website:              www.beahero.org
Registered Charity Number: 87886 5609 RR 0001
US 501(c)(3) status


Founders




Wesley and Stacey Campbell, founders of Be A HERO, have a long history of working for
mercy and social justice globally, speaking at 50 conferences per year. These authors of
four books, including Wesley’s most recent, “Be A Hero – The Battle for Mercy and Social
Justice”, have also produced 22 CDs, are members of the teaching faculty of the Wagner
Leadership Institute, and sit on various Boards. Wesley and his wife Stacey live in
Kelowna, BC with their five children.



Overview – Be A HERO

Be A HERO is a registered Canadian Charity with a mandate to educate, inspire, equip
and facilitate people of all ages to challenge them to “Be A HERO” to the 1.2 billion
children at risk due to poverty, homelessness, child labour, slavery, sexual exploitation,
aids and plagues, and war. In partnership with proven, seasoned organizations we fight
to save dying children by sponsoring orphans; building orphanages and schools;
developing micro-enterprises; advocacy; prayer; and arranging “Hero Holidays” for
people to see first-hand the desperate situation that many of our world’s children live
in, and to help at an orphanage or other mercy project.




                                                                                          2
Be A HERO was conceived to meet the need for a strategy to connect thousands of
people who have a heart for 'children at risk' to the ground-level organizations who are
actually doing the work – running orphanages and schools, rescuing children from
slavery, feeding the poor. Many times, people have a desire to do something to help
needy children, but have no idea how to go about it. Be A HERO provides the
compassionate with step-by-step directions on how to gather those in their sphere of
influence and, together, do something life-saving and life-changing! Be A HERO is
working in partnership in 28 nations.


Be A HERO is structured in such a way that 100% of all donations for children’s homes or
projects go entirely to the designated project. This is possible because we have
businessmen that specifically fund the administrative costs, staff and overhead, so that
every dollar that is intended to help a child at risk can go directly to the need. We can
issue tax receipts for both Canadian and US donations. Since inception in late 2003, Be
A HERO has sent more than 3 million dollars to projects for children at risk.



Overview Action International
Action International is an evangelical, non-denominational missionary agency that works
in major urban centers of Asia, Latin America, and Africa. Action missionaries reveal the
Gospel and love of Christ to neglected and abused children and their families through
practical ministries that specialize in reaching the urban poor. Action’s three-prong
strategy is defined by evangelism, discipleship, and development. Action currently has
over 160 missionaries (and many other team members) in 13 countries.


In Gulu, the work is headed by Jerry and Candis Bingham. Along with their staff of 38,
they have implemented 16 ministry programs:
Bible Study for displaced boys; Child Mothers “Butterfly Club” (girls who have either
escaped or been rescued from rebel abductions after having lived in captivity for up to
14 years); class for special needs children; Grassroots Pastoral Leadership Training;
hospital visitation; Men of Courage (ministry to AIDS-HIV men); Microfinance Program
for Child Mothers; Ministry to the Night Commuters (20,000 children who come in at
night to sleep in shelters to escape the danger of abduction); an orphanage; Prison
Ministries to men and women; Refugee Camp Ministries (55 camps in outlying areas of
Gulu); a school for the blind; a school for the deaf; Victory Kids' Club for children with
HIV-AIDS (ages 13-17); Village Bible Clubs for children; and Women of Hope (ministry to
AIDS-HIV women).




                                                                                             3
OVERVIEW HOPE FOR THE NATIONS




Ralph Bromley: President of Hope for the Nations

Hope for the Nations is about ‘children at risk’.      Our long-term vision is to see these children
transformed by providing the basic necessities of love, healthcare, education, a healthy community
and self-sufficiency. We want to make a difference by starting the process of change.
We aim to:
   •   Change the future of Children at Risk
   •   Change the lives of the children in our Homes
   •   Change society’s treatment of Children at Risk
   •   Change the world by shaping Today’s Orphans into Tomorrow’s Leaders

“Coalition” -- Hope for the Nations believes that the only way to tackle the daunting
problems facing today's developing nations is through coalition and partnership. Our
strategy is to align ourselves with nationals who already want to do the work but do not
have the ability or the means to carry it out.


Hope for the Nations is presently working in 20 nations, targeting
   •   ‘war affected’ regions (Liberia, Sierra Leone, Burundi, Congo) where we have
       schools, health care, agriculture, foster care homes, micro-enterprise, and
       training centres.
   •   children of the sex trade (Thailand, Nepal, Burma)
   •   children of the streets and poverty (Haiti, Indonesia, Philippines, India, Mexico,
       Russia, Ghana, Kenya)
   •   Children affected by HIV/AIDS (Romania, Malawi, S. Africa, Uganda, Swaziland,
       Thailand)




                                                                                            4
        Gulu, Uganda Child Mothers Project Proposal -
                         Summary
Be A HERO, Hope for the Nations, and Action International are working together to build
a secure village for Gulu’s child mothers. These mothers are teenagers who, while still
little girls, were abducted from their beds at gunpoint, and forced to “serve” the rebel
forces soldiers. They have been rescued, or escaped with their children, and are in
desperate need of a safe place to live and raise their children, obtain healing, become
educated, and learn a trade.


This project in Gulu will provide homes for 100 of these families, and 100 other
orphans, a medical clinic, a school, a training facility and equipment, and farm animals,
at a total cost of $320,000.00 USD. The project will provide an opportunity for these
girls and children, who have so tragically had their lives and childhood brutally ripped
from them, to start a new life.


Child Mothers: The Situation

During the years of civil war in Uganda, little girls were abducted from their beds at
gunpoint in the night. These children were forced to cook, clean, run errands etc until
they came “of age” to be given to a soldier as his property, used for sex and other
service. Most of these young girls have at least two children, essentially becoming
orphans with orphans. Some have been rescued, others have escaped. They are
desperate for some stability, love, a safe place to live and raise their families, education,
emotional and physical healing, and training in a trade.

The situation is desperate in this part of Africa. The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) has
been terrorizing Northern Uganda for 20 years, led by Joseph Kony. In a recent article in



                                                                                            5
Christianity Today, J. Carter Johnson describes him in this manner: “Kony, 41, envisions
an Acholiland (the territory of northern Uganda) ruled by a warped interpretation of the
Ten Commandments. He uses passages from the Pentateuch to justify mutilation and
murder. He promotes a demonic spirituality crafted from an eclectic mix of Christianity,
Islam, and African witchcraft.”

A couple by the name of Jerry and Candis Bingham have been helping these young
mothers and have formed a support group for them called, “The Butterfly Club” which
represents these young lives being transformed into beauty. The Butterfly Club is for
girls who have escaped or been rescued after having children borne by rebel soldiers.
They are rejected by Ugandan society, but the government gives them amnesty and
Action International provides them with the skills and opportunity for re-entry into
society, through literacy, life-skills and child rearing programs, and opportunities to
learn handicrafts and other income-generating skills.




The Project: Village of Hope

The fenced site includes:


•   100 traditional, individual huts for the child mothers and their families. Our
    research has indicated that this is the type of housing they would prefer to live in.
•   Latrines and bathing facilities (2 units)
•   Vocational training facility and factory to train the young ladies and the orphans in
    sewing, carpentry, masonry, and handicrafts. This facility will also double as a
    meeting hall.
•   Medical Clinic in child mother’s village (will benefit surrounding community also)
•   Primary school for the children of the child mothers.
•   Farm animals and their shelter (hogs, goats, cows, poultry) – for food, and training
    in animal husbandry.



                                                                                            6
•   The army has promised to have soldiers patrol around this village to keep the young
    women and their children safe.
•   And now a nursery for the babies and toddlers is planned.

Much of the work has been completed at the Village of Hope – the land was purchased
and fenced, the vocational training facility has been built, latrines and bathing facilities
are finished, and water is on site. Twenty five (25) huts have been built and are now
occupied by child-mother families. The funds have been raised for the medical clinic
and construction will begin soon. Plans are going ahead on a primary school for the
children of the child-mothers and other neighbourhood children. Many of the children
have not been to school as their mothers cannot afford the school fees and uniforms.
Owning and operating our own school will greatly reduce the costs, and increase the
quality of education that the children receive. Estimated cost for construction is
$40,000.00 USD


New Proposed Project - Nursery
Next on the agenda is a nursery for the very young children and babies of the child-
mothers. Many of the infants and toddlers do not have care during the time their
mothers are in school. This project will be huge blessing. The young women can
concentrate on their personal growth knowing that their babies are being cared for in a
secure environment.


    Be A HERO                Gulu, Uganda Project
                 Nursery
    Budget based on 100 children & 2 teachers          All figures
                                                       USD


    Playground Equipment                               $      672.00
    Play Room Furnishings                              $    2,417.00
    Teacher & Children Supplies                        $      470.00
    Cups for Porridge                                  $        46.00
    Clothing and Supplies                              $    1,540.00
    Transportation for teachers                        $      306.00
    Metal Sign Posts                                   $      150.00
    Breakfast food                                     $    1,980.00
    Teachers Wages                                     $    2,118.00


    Total                                              $    9,699.00




                                                                                               7
We are also continuing to build huts so that more families can move into the Village of
Hope. $400.00 USD will provide a house and basic household items for a small family.
But it’s not just a house – it’s a home and an opportunity for a new life in a safe place
with a bright future.


100% of all funds donated for this project will be applied directly to the project. Be A
HERO does not keep anything for administration. Be A HERO is able to do this because
we have donors who designate their gifts specifically for administration.


If you would like to contribute towards this project, we can accept donations by cheque
or by credit card. Please make any cheques payable to “Be A HERO”, and mail them,
along with a completed Gift Form (see last page) to the address on the form. Note on all
correspondence “Gulu Nursery” You will be sent a receipt for income tax purposes early
in the following year.


For information on       other Be A     HERO    projects, please visit    our website at
www.beahero.org.




                                                                                            8
           Butterfly Club




             New Huts




Vocational School under construction
Hut under construction




 Mother and children




   Outdoor classes




                         10
                                                    Be A Hero Gift Form

Name _______________________________________________________                       Date __________________________

Address ______________________________________________________________________________________

City ________________________________________ State/Prov ____________ Zip/P. code________________

Country _____________________________________ Phone (__________) ______________________________

E-mail Address ____________________________________                   Occupation ________________________________


I would like to:
q Child Sponsor (partial)                 q Micro-business sponsorship             q Order Be A Hero message DVD
  $33.00/mo or $396.00/yr                                                            $15.95 USD + s & h + taxes
  (inc $3.00 handling fee)                   $_____________________                   (contact us for amount)

                                             for ____________________

q Child Sponsorship (full)                q Hero Partnership Program               q Order book “Be A Hero: the Battle
  $63.00/mo or $756.00/yr                   (Administration and Expansion)           for Mercy and Social Justice”
  (inc. $3.00 handling fee)                  per month – please circle amount        $21.95 USD + s & h + taxes
                                                                                      (contact us for amount)
                                              $25      $50     $100       $250

q Children’s Home or other Project

   $___________________________

   country: _____________________


I would like to pay by:
 ¾ Cheque: include 12 monthly post-dated cheques, or one lump-sum cheque for the year. Make cheques payable
 to “Be A Hero”. Make cheques payable to “Be A Hero”

 ¾ Automatic Withdrawal: include a VOID cheque with the amount to be withdrawn each month and the date of
 the transaction. Options are 5th, 20th or the 30th.

 ¾Visa or ¾ MasterCard Card #_____________________________                          Expiry Date: ___________________

 Name on Card _______________________________________________                       Amount to charge $ _____________

 Signature: ___________________________________________________                     Date: ________________________


                   In Canada                                             In USA
Mail               Be A HERO                                             Be A HERO
e-mail, or         Box 25077 Mission Park                                2504 W Main St, Ste K
                   Kelowna, B.C. V1W 3Y7                                 Bozeman, MT 59718
fax form to:       ph: (250) 717-1003 fax: (250) 717-1013                ph: (406) 522-7107 fax: (406) 586-2356
                   e-mail: info@beahero.org                              e-mail: info@beahero.org

                                                    YOU ARE A HERO
                                                                                                                         11
             Gulu, Uganda
         Child Mother’s Village
                       Nursery
               PROJECT PROPOSAL




In Partnership with:

HOPE FOR THE NATIONS
ACTION INTERNATIONAL
Be A HERO – General Information
Head Office:          PO Box 25077 Mission Park, Kelowna BC V1W 3Y7
US Office:            2304 N. 7th, Ste L, Bozeman, MT, USA 59715
Telephone number:     (250) 717-1003
Fax number:           (250) 717-1013
E-mail address:       info@beahero.org
Contact person:       Dawn Meier
                      (250) 717-1003
Website:              www.beahero.org
Registered Charity Number: 87886 5609 RR 0001
US 501(c)(3) status


Founders




Wesley and Stacey Campbell, founders of Be A HERO, have a long history of working for
mercy and social justice globally, speaking at 50 conferences per year. These authors of
four books, including Wesley’s most recent, “Be A Hero – The Battle for Mercy and Social
Justice”, have also produced 22 CDs, are members of the teaching faculty of the Wagner
Leadership Institute, and sit on various Boards. Wesley and his wife Stacey live in
Kelowna, BC with their five children.



Overview – Be A HERO

Be A HERO is a registered Canadian Charity with a mandate to educate, inspire, equip
and facilitate people of all ages to challenge them to “Be A HERO” to the 1.2 billion
children at risk due to poverty, homelessness, child labour, slavery, sexual exploitation,
aids and plagues, and war. In partnership with proven, seasoned organizations we fight
to save dying children by sponsoring orphans; building orphanages and schools;
developing micro-enterprises; advocacy; prayer; and arranging “Hero Holidays” for
people to see first-hand the desperate situation that many of our world’s children live
in, and to help at an orphanage or other mercy project.




                                                                                          2
Be A HERO was conceived to meet the need for a strategy to connect thousands of
people who have a heart for 'children at risk' to the ground-level organizations who are
actually doing the work – running orphanages and schools, rescuing children from
slavery, feeding the poor. Many times, people have a desire to do something to help
needy children, but have no idea how to go about it. Be A HERO provides the
compassionate with step-by-step directions on how to gather those in their sphere of
influence and, together, do something life-saving and life-changing! Be A HERO is
working in partnership in 28 nations.


Be A HERO is structured in such a way that 100% of all donations for children’s homes or
projects go entirely to the designated project. This is possible because we have
businessmen that specifically fund the administrative costs, staff and overhead, so that
every dollar that is intended to help a child at risk can go directly to the need. We can
issue tax receipts for both Canadian and US donations. Since inception in late 2003, Be
A HERO has sent more than 3 million dollars to projects for children at risk.



Overview Action International
Action International is an evangelical, non-denominational missionary agency that works
in major urban centers of Asia, Latin America, and Africa. Action missionaries reveal the
Gospel and love of Christ to neglected and abused children and their families through
practical ministries that specialize in reaching the urban poor. Action’s three-prong
strategy is defined by evangelism, discipleship, and development. Action currently has
over 160 missionaries (and many other team members) in 13 countries.


In Gulu, the work is headed by Jerry and Candis Bingham. Along with their staff of 38,
they have implemented 16 ministry programs:
Bible Study for displaced boys; Child Mothers “Butterfly Club” (girls who have either
escaped or been rescued from rebel abductions after having lived in captivity for up to
14 years); class for special needs children; Grassroots Pastoral Leadership Training;
hospital visitation; Men of Courage (ministry to AIDS-HIV men); Microfinance Program
for Child Mothers; Ministry to the Night Commuters (20,000 children who come in at
night to sleep in shelters to escape the danger of abduction); an orphanage; Prison
Ministries to men and women; Refugee Camp Ministries (55 camps in outlying areas of
Gulu); a school for the blind; a school for the deaf; Victory Kids' Club for children with
HIV-AIDS (ages 13-17); Village Bible Clubs for children; and Women of Hope (ministry to
AIDS-HIV women).




                                                                                             3
OVERVIEW HOPE FOR THE NATIONS




Ralph Bromley: President of Hope for the Nations

Hope for the Nations is about ‘children at risk’.      Our long-term vision is to see these children
transformed by providing the basic necessities of love, healthcare, education, a healthy community
and self-sufficiency. We want to make a difference by starting the process of change.
We aim to:
   •   Change the future of Children at Risk
   •   Change the lives of the children in our Homes
   •   Change society’s treatment of Children at Risk
   •   Change the world by shaping Today’s Orphans into Tomorrow’s Leaders

“Coalition” -- Hope for the Nations believes that the only way to tackle the daunting
problems facing today's developing nations is through coalition and partnership. Our
strategy is to align ourselves with nationals who already want to do the work but do not
have the ability or the means to carry it out.


Hope for the Nations is presently working in 20 nations, targeting
   •   ‘war affected’ regions (Liberia, Sierra Leone, Burundi, Congo) where we have
       schools, health care, agriculture, foster care homes, micro-enterprise, and
       training centres.
   •   children of the sex trade (Thailand, Nepal, Burma)
   •   children of the streets and poverty (Haiti, Indonesia, Philippines, India, Mexico,
       Russia, Ghana, Kenya)
   •   Children affected by HIV/AIDS (Romania, Malawi, S. Africa, Uganda, Swaziland,
       Thailand)




                                                                                            4
        Gulu, Uganda Child Mothers Project Proposal -
                         Summary
Be A HERO, Hope for the Nations, and Action International are working together to build
a secure village for Gulu’s child mothers. These mothers are teenagers who, while still
little girls, were abducted from their beds at gunpoint, and forced to “serve” the rebel
forces soldiers. They have been rescued, or escaped with their children, and are in
desperate need of a safe place to live and raise their children, obtain healing, become
educated, and learn a trade.


This project in Gulu will provide homes for 100 of these families, and 100 other
orphans, a medical clinic, a school, a training facility and equipment, and farm animals,
at a total cost of $320,000.00 USD. The project will provide an opportunity for these
girls and children, who have so tragically had their lives and childhood brutally ripped
from them, to start a new life.


Child Mothers: The Situation

During the years of civil war in Uganda, little girls were abducted from their beds at
gunpoint in the night. These children were forced to cook, clean, run errands etc until
they came “of age” to be given to a soldier as his property, used for sex and other
service. Most of these young girls have at least two children, essentially becoming
orphans with orphans. Some have been rescued, others have escaped. They are
desperate for some stability, love, a safe place to live and raise their families, education,
emotional and physical healing, and training in a trade.

The situation is desperate in this part of Africa. The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) has
been terrorizing Northern Uganda for 20 years, led by Joseph Kony. In a recent article in



                                                                                            5
Christianity Today, J. Carter Johnson describes him in this manner: “Kony, 41, envisions
an Acholiland (the territory of northern Uganda) ruled by a warped interpretation of the
Ten Commandments. He uses passages from the Pentateuch to justify mutilation and
murder. He promotes a demonic spirituality crafted from an eclectic mix of Christianity,
Islam, and African witchcraft.”

A couple by the name of Jerry and Candis Bingham have been helping these young
mothers and have formed a support group for them called, “The Butterfly Club” which
represents these young lives being transformed into beauty. The Butterfly Club is for
girls who have escaped or been rescued after having children borne by rebel soldiers.
They are rejected by Ugandan society, but the government gives them amnesty and
Action International provides them with the skills and opportunity for re-entry into
society, through literacy, life-skills and child rearing programs, and opportunities to
learn handicrafts and other income-generating skills.




The Project: Village of Hope

The fenced site includes:


•   100 traditional, individual huts for the child mothers and their families. Our
    research has indicated that this is the type of housing they would prefer to live in.
•   Latrines and bathing facilities (2 units)
•   Vocational training facility and factory to train the young ladies and the orphans in
    sewing, carpentry, masonry, and handicrafts. This facility will also double as a
    meeting hall.
•   Medical Clinic in child mother’s village (will benefit surrounding community also)
•   Primary school for the children of the child mothers.
•   Farm animals and their shelter (hogs, goats, cows, poultry) – for food, and training
    in animal husbandry.



                                                                                            6
•   The army has promised to have soldiers patrol around this village to keep the young
    women and their children safe.
•   And now a nursery for the babies and toddlers is planned.

Much of the work has been completed at the Village of Hope – the land was purchased
and fenced, the vocational training facility has been built, latrines and bathing facilities
are finished, and water is on site. Twenty five (25) huts have been built and are now
occupied by child-mother families. The funds have been raised for the medical clinic
and construction will begin soon. Plans are going ahead on a primary school for the
children of the child-mothers and other neighbourhood children. Many of the children
have not been to school as their mothers cannot afford the school fees and uniforms.
Owning and operating our own school will greatly reduce the costs, and increase the
quality of education that the children receive. Estimated cost for construction is
$40,000.00 USD


New Proposed Project - Nursery
Next on the agenda is a nursery for the very young children and babies of the child-
mothers. Many of the infants and toddlers do not have care during the time their
mothers are in school. This project will be huge blessing. The young women can
concentrate on their personal growth knowing that their babies are being cared for in a
secure environment.


    Be A HERO                Gulu, Uganda Project
                 Nursery
    Budget based on 100 children & 2 teachers          All figures
                                                       USD


    Playground Equipment                               $      672.00
    Play Room Furnishings                              $    2,417.00
    Teacher & Children Supplies                        $      470.00
    Cups for Porridge                                  $        46.00
    Clothing and Supplies                              $    1,540.00
    Transportation for teachers                        $      306.00
    Metal Sign Posts                                   $      150.00
    Breakfast food                                     $    1,980.00
    Teachers Wages                                     $    2,118.00


    Total                                              $    9,699.00




                                                                                               7
We are also continuing to build huts so that more families can move into the Village of
Hope. $400.00 USD will provide a house and basic household items for a small family.
But it’s not just a house – it’s a home and an opportunity for a new life in a safe place
with a bright future.


100% of all funds donated for this project will be applied directly to the project. Be A
HERO does not keep anything for administration. Be A HERO is able to do this because
we have donors who designate their gifts specifically for administration.


If you would like to contribute towards this project, we can accept donations by cheque
or by credit card. Please make any cheques payable to “Be A HERO”, and mail them,
along with a completed Gift Form (see last page) to the address on the form. Note on all
correspondence “Gulu Nursery” You will be sent a receipt for income tax purposes early
in the following year.


For information on       other Be A     HERO    projects, please visit    our website at
www.beahero.org.




                                                                                            8
           Butterfly Club




             New Huts




Vocational School under construction
Hut under construction




 Mother and children




   Outdoor classes




                         10
                                                    Be A Hero Gift Form

Name _______________________________________________________                       Date __________________________

Address ______________________________________________________________________________________

City ________________________________________ State/Prov ____________ Zip/P. code________________

Country _____________________________________ Phone (__________) ______________________________

E-mail Address ____________________________________                   Occupation ________________________________


I would like to:
q Child Sponsor (partial)                 q Micro-business sponsorship             q Order Be A Hero message DVD
  $33.00/mo or $396.00/yr                                                            $15.95 USD + s & h + taxes
  (inc $3.00 handling fee)                   $_____________________                   (contact us for amount)

                                             for ____________________

q Child Sponsorship (full)                q Hero Partnership Program               q Order book “Be A Hero: the Battle
  $63.00/mo or $756.00/yr                   (Administration and Expansion)           for Mercy and Social Justice”
  (inc. $3.00 handling fee)                  per month – please circle amount        $21.95 USD + s & h + taxes
                                                                                      (contact us for amount)
                                              $25      $50     $100       $250

q Children’s Home or other Project

   $___________________________

   country: _____________________


I would like to pay by:
 ¾ Cheque: include 12 monthly post-dated cheques, or one lump-sum cheque for the year. Make cheques payable
 to “Be A Hero”. Make cheques payable to “Be A Hero”

 ¾ Automatic Withdrawal: include a VOID cheque with the amount to be withdrawn each month and the date of
 the transaction. Options are 5th, 20th or the 30th.

 ¾Visa or ¾ MasterCard Card #_____________________________                          Expiry Date: ___________________

 Name on Card _______________________________________________                       Amount to charge $ _____________

 Signature: ___________________________________________________                     Date: ________________________


                   In Canada                                             In USA
Mail               Be A HERO                                             Be A HERO
e-mail, or         Box 25077 Mission Park                                2504 W Main St, Ste K
                   Kelowna, B.C. V1W 3Y7                                 Bozeman, MT 59718
fax form to:       ph: (250) 717-1003 fax: (250) 717-1013                ph: (406) 522-7107 fax: (406) 586-2356
                   e-mail: info@beahero.org                              e-mail: info@beahero.org

                                                    YOU ARE A HERO
                                                                                                                         11

								
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