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by Mabel Amwayi | April 26, 2008 at 8:21 AM
Mabel Amwayi's Journal
I am Mabel Amwayi.I am a teacher in Trans Mara,Kenya.I would like to learn more about Pulse Wire.
I will be traveling shortly to High Point,North Carolina and i would like to meet any members there when i come.
Welcome to PulseWire! I'm excited to hear about your work in Kenya and I can't wait to read all of your teaching stories--I'm sure you have a bunch!
Mabel, do you know about the Jambo Kenyan women's group on pulsewire? I welcome you to have a look and join the discussion! Let's make sure you meet everyone from Kenya, and from everywhere else, too! I invite you to go to this link: http://beta.pulsewire.net/groups/1474 and JOIN NOW! asante sana!
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