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Laura Ponticello sows seeds of change, plants dreams and grows hope in Southern Sudan
Help Laura sow seeds of change, plant

dreams and grow hope in Southern Sudan.
 After hearing about the work the Duk Lost Boys Clinic, Laura Ponticello of Laura’s List: Books for Women was inspired to help John Dau Sudan Foundation sow seeds of change, plant dreams and grow hope in Southern Sudan. Recently, Akuot Leek, a Lost Girl of Sudan and John Dau’s sister spoke at the Laura’s List Summer Book Lover’s Party where $1,000 was raised for the Clinic.

Laura designed eco-friendly totes that are multifunctional and perfectly suited for the farmer’s market, grocery shopping and as a gardening tote. They are royal blue with Laura’s List gal imprint, made of recycled fibers and are large enough to handle quite a bit of stuff! A portion of each sale will support the Duk Lost Boys Clinic, founder by author of God Grew Tired of Us and Sundance Film festival winner, John Bul Dau.

Bags can be purchased for $9.50 at Creekside Books and Coffeehouse, 35 Fennell Street in Skaneateles or send a check for $12 including shipping and handling to Laura Ponticello c/o PO Box 206, Skaneateles, NY  13152.

Laura can be reached at laurasbooklist@aol.com

If you have creative ideas for raising funds for the Duk Lost Boys Clinic, please contact info@johndaufoundation.org.


Posted: Friday, July 25th, 2008 @ 10:39 am by Curt
Filed under: Blog Skaneateles


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