April 08, 2005
Taking the Ukraine Journal templates out for a ride
This year's team has already begun preparation for another journey into an area of the world where American student athletes will be quite a novelty..
Paul said, "This will be a different trip...the language barrier, both spoken and written, will perhaps be an even greater challenge than any of my previous trips to Central and South America."
Betty Wiseman, Debbie Chenoweth, and Paul Chenoweth will lead and support the team as they work with a local pastor, visit the surrounding community, and tour area orphanages
Belmont's team of 7 men and 6 women represent several sports, including basketball, volleyball, soccer, golf, and track. And if more needs to be said at this point, you will have to wait for someone on the team to tell you better details. This is just a test to see how the new Ukraine Journal layout works.
Posted by admin at April 8, 2005 06:34 PM
Thank you for this wonderful site for those of us at home to follow the progress of this trip to the Ukraine. My husband is Don Dixon, so you can know that I hold a special interest in what will happen in the next 12 days. He has been so excited about this joiny venture with the Belmont students and has certainly enjoyed getting to know Betty as they have planned for this important mission event. All of you and the poeple you will encounter along the way are in my prayers.
Posted by: Vicky Dixon at June 9, 2005 05:29 PM
Thanks for the note...we'll work extra hard to keep Don in line *grin*. We are all excited about this trip.
...somewhere on an airport concourse,
Posted by: Paul at June 9, 2005 06:49 PM