This letter from a distant Rotary Club sends thanks to the Montclair Rotary Club for sending the precious gift of $5,000 to pay for ditches, piping and water being pumped to a school in Breznice, Kosova, that has been ravaged by war and poverty.
This gift is truly a life saving one - and the 430 children who "mobbed" the water are very happy and thankful indeed.
The letter: 


Dear Juliana,


Here are a few more pictures that show the finished water project for the Naim Frasheri elementary school in the village of Breznice, in the Obiliq school district. The project was in a couple media here in Kosova, including the main nationwide radio program. On Monday when we had the last meeting with the Director/Principal of the school he said, "Please tell all who were involved here and in New Jersey -- you have quenched the thirst of 430 children." The first day the water was turned on, a week ago last Wednesday, Oct 5, a mob of the children were waiting outside the restroom to be able to finally have a drink of water at school without having to bring it from home or buy it or just go without!


Thanks so much for your strategic help in launching the first water for schools project. Since your funds were matched we hope to identify soon a second project. I will send more information on that as it becomes available.


All the Best,

Rotary Club Prishtina International


 The School, the ditches, the piping and the fresh water....