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2014 Crazy Olympics promo

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Fourth annual family picnic with a lot of fun games, music, dance, food and networking.

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Support Lucia Kimani(Mama Peter) Medical Fund Drive- Oklahoma

KIMALucia Kimani (Peter Kimani’s mom) and his family are calling for your financial assistance to help with the payment of their mum’s outstanding hospital bill. Lucia was diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer for which she has had to undergo treatments. For the last 7 months she has had surgeries, radiation, and chemotherapy that is currently ongoing.
Treatment of such capacity can bring financial, emotional, and spiritual challenges and as friends, we feel obligated to come together to support them in all these aspects. We are inviting you to a fundraising event that will be held on Saturday March 29th, 2014 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Venue:-
Allegiance Credit Union Operations Center
Half mile North of NW 39th, West side of Meridian

If you cannot make it don’t worry because you can make your financial contributions to:

P. Kimani
Bank Of America,
Account number – 305005307746,
Zip code – 73142.

For more details including pictures, please check out this linkhttps://www.smore.com/xxbh

For more info contact:

David Njoroge (405) 473-6706,

Robert Muriithi (405) 204-4364,

Isaac Njoroge (405) 476-7211,

Peter Kimani (405 )3610695,

Lazarus Kimani (469) 464-8248.

“Do not be anxious about anything. Instead, in every situation, through prayer and petition with thanksgiving, tell your requests to God.” Phil 4:6
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(KTVI) – The Moipei triplets Mary, Martha and Magdalene and their younger sister Seraphine form the all-girl music group, Moipei Quartet. The teenage sisters from Kenya have sung together for more than a decade.

The Moipei sisters sang a medley of three songs for Tim Ezell. They performed at the Touhill Performing Arts Center on March 2.

For more information: Moipei Quartet Facebook Page

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Video: Watch Lupita Nyong’o’s Emotional Acceptance Speech

A year ago, most of the world hadn’t heard of Lupita Nyong’o — but in her acceptance speech for the Best Supporting Actress Oscar she just took home for her work in 12 Years a Slave, she reminded viewers that there’s a long history behind how she got to that stage.

“It doesn’t escape me for one moment that so much joy in my life is due to so much pain in someone else’s,” she said in reference to Patsey, the slave she portrayed in the acclaimed film, which was based on a real-life memoir.

In addition to thanking the usual Academy Awards suspects — castmates, her drama school, the Academy — she drew attention to the real people whose stories she helped bring to the big screen: Speaking to director Steve McQueen, she noted that the dead are watching, and that she believes “they are grateful” that he brought their history back to life.

But her speech didn’t just stick to the past. In a tear-jerking conclusion, she expressed her wish that her unknown-to-Oscars trajectory would inspire someone watching at home to go for it — because, as she explained: “No matter where you’re from, your dreams are valid.”

– Oscars 2014: 

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