Minor damage to Feed My Lambs’ school in Haiti

August 28th 2012

Charitable organisations in Haiti with Bermuda connections escaped major damage as Tropical Storm Isaac blasted the Caribbean nation this weekend. Philip Rego, who operates the Feed My Lambs Ministry in Montrouis, reported that a tree fell on their newly-constructed school building, breaking down one of the walls.

The high winds also bent the building’s large metal doors, and the electricity and phone lines went down. Mr Rego said he is glad that those minor problems are all they will have to cope with in the aftermath.

August 28th 2012

By: Alyssa Brewer, Royal Gazette

Charitable organisations in Haiti with Bermuda connections escaped major damage as Tropical Storm Isaac blasted the Caribbean nation this weekend. Philip Rego, who operates the Feed My Lambs Ministry in Montrouis, reported that a tree fell on their newly-constructed school building, breaking down one of the walls.

The high winds also bent the building’s large metal doors, and the electricity and phone lines went down. Mr Rego said he is glad that those minor problems are all they will have to cope with in the aftermath.

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