Last week we were joined by Alma Kruh and Barbara Spiegal, both members of the Simsbury-Granby Rotary Club. They gave a presentation about their time working with the Group Study Exchange Rotary Program doing relief work in earthquake-stricken Nepal in partnership with All Hands Volunteers. In spite of the fact that a year after the earthquake there was still severe infrastructure damage, they were greeted warmly and found both the local people and their fellow volunteers maintained very positive attitudes about the work they were doing. Among the projects that they assisted with, a primary focus was the construction of temporary classrooms so that children could continue their education uninterrupted. They also presented a number of slides and a short video to emphasize the scale of the need, and to give the Club a more vivid picture of their trip. They both said that they had thought about going back, and that anyone who is interested in participating should contact Alma Kruh.