Movie Stars

I’ve just learned that Peggy Seltz’s award-winning short documentary film about Karimu’s work, Until We Meet Again: Building a School in Tanzania, mentioned in my July 3 post, is accessible online at http://www.imdb.com/video/wab/vi1450706713/.

Hey: I have a very pretty wife!—Don Stoll

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About Don Stoll

Don and his wife, Marianne Kent-Stoll, are co-founders of the Karimu International Help Foundation. They established Karimu in 2008 at the request of the people of Dareda Kati Village, in the Manyara Region of northeastern Tanzania. Karimu is devoted to working with the residents of Dareda Kati in order to satisfy their development needs, as defined by the villagers themselves.
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One Response to Movie Stars

  1. Bill and Vickie says:

    A great heartfelt story that is blessed by real people and great film making.

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