Another Monday, another busy day at MfA!
Our second year students on practical lessons in the workshop fixing vehicles and engines. Under supervision from the mechanics. Good work!
Good News Tuesday at MfA!
Madison and Peter had a great day promoting MfA at the Jubilee Celebration at FCE training college near to Ndola. Lots of people came to the community day last weekend, with games, football matches and stalls. Both enjoyed the day and spoke to many people about the work we do.
Mechanic Monday: One of the student projects has been to rebuilt a recovery trailer for the workshop. Last week was the first road/track test for the trailer and it is working well. The trailer still needs some minor mechanical adjustments, some welding electrics added, full painting and paperwork. However the students and Fanwell are moving forward and its working. Well done: great work.
It is Africa Freedom day today! A public holiday and chance to celebrate the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU). Earlier in the week Pastor Rodwell was talking to the students about this in the spiritual guidance class. The pastor is our Dean of students, provides spiritual guidance and support, and also organises sports fixtures! Hope you all enjoy the public holiday!
Zambia’s national flower made an appearance at the this weekend’s wedding of the Queen’s grandson Prince Harry and Megan Markle. The silk tulle veil over the bride’s face included symbols of every country in the Commonwealth - representing Zambia: the bougainvillea.
A big 'well done' to Uncle Fred! Uncle Fred and his team has just completed a number of large building projects. Two new class rooms and the new computer room are now up and running. Fred and the MfA construction team have also just refurbished the old computer room to be a new staff room. Such excellent quality of work, skill and craftsmanship. Great work and well done!
It is Mothers Day in Zambia on Sunday!