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December 15, 2016

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Jay Grant

Remember the gallery well. Thanks for the reminder and glad you are finishing up the key spots we visited. You are a fine writer….Jay & Nikki

Jay Grant

By the way, just returned from another trip to Cuba a couple of weeks back, to the eastern side of the island, where we handed out reading glasses, bicycles, sports equipment, Bibles in some churches. Saw the effects of Hurricane Matthew that hit that part of the island hard on Labor Day weekend

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka pt at large

Thanks, Jay and Nikki,
Cuba is in the news as it evolves into its next phase.I'd love to learn details of your trip, sounds like a humanitarian, non political visit. I read about Hurricane Matthew, sounds like the effects were as destructive as shown.

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