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For Goodness Sake to present ‘Imagine No Malaria’

Submitted to Donna Sundale will present a slide show and speak about her recent mission trip to Haiti at For Goodness Sake May 18 during the "Imagine No Malaria" event.

TAHOE/TRUCKEE – Every 60 seconds, malaria claims a life in Africa. Millions of lives are needlessly lost each year. By coming together as a group of caring individuals; a community of churches, schools, families and service groups, an impact can be made on putting an end to these preventable deaths. “Image No Malaria” is your chance to become educated and involved.

On Friday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. join concerned citizens at For Goodness Sake in Downtown Truckee to begin the journey and participate in this endeavor to end malaria deaths in Africa. Resident and ardent voice for the sick and poor Donna Sundale will present a slide show and speak about her recent mission trip to Haiti, where she teamed up with the Friends of the Children of Haiti to provide medical care for the community of Cyvadier, a small rural town in southern Haiti. View the award-winning documentary short film “Imagine No Malaria – A Killer in the Dark” and enjoy spiritual drumming and Native American flute from local children as you help assemble disaster relief kits. As stated on the Imagine No Malaria website, “To beat malaria, it’s gonna take a global village. It will take you, your family, church, school and entire community!” For more information log on to or and participate on May 18 at For Goodness Sake, 10157 Donner Pass Road, Truckee. Refreshments will be served. This event is hosted by Church of the Mountains United Methodist Church.

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