SEA Yachting Magazine recognizes Humanitarian Award for Vega

March - April SEA Yachting magazine Historic Vessel Vega cover

March - April 2011 SEA Yachting magazine Historic Vessel Vega cover

It is always a wonderful surprise when our modest efforts are recognized by others. We do work hard at gathering and delivering the educational and medical supplies that others need to do their jobs. For us they are the real heros. They are the ones struggling to provide important community services with almost nothing to work with. All we do is try our best to convince our friends and supporters to provide the needed items that we then deliver in their names. Vega is really only the delivery lorry. It is you who provide the supplies we deliver and those hard working community teachers and health workers that are the real heros in this story. So Have a look at the picture and admire the award YOU won through your efforts to help others. To view the whole article click here SEA Yachting Magazine 6-2 it is a PDF file so may download first… not to worry we checked it for bugs 3 different ways.  &:o)

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