Wooster Town

May 27th, 2008

Porselvi, Anitha, Elizabeth

In Wooster Nagar (Wooster Town), the villagers (26 families) showed us their new homes built along Noble Street, with major funding from the people of Wooster. During our visit, Elizabeth Schiltz got the names of Porselvi and Anitha while we were on the roof of the National City Bank Community Center (which features a Gault Library) to see the view–and then tried out new playground equipment with Porselvi (in a still at the end of the video clip).

There will be more posts about this visit.

2 Responses to “Wooster Town”

  1. Doug Drushalon 04 Jun 2008 at 9:19 pm

    I am pleased that your group made it to Wooster Nagar, a repository of good feelings and gratitude for the work of folks from the “other” Wooster. As did we when we attended its dedication, I imagine you received “crores and crores” of blessings from the villagers.

    There is a Wikipedia entry on Wooster Nagar, to which any extra information could be added.


  2. Mark A. Wilsonon 05 Jun 2008 at 5:27 pm

    At Doug’s suggestion, I added some photos and links to the Wikipedia entry for Wooster Nagar.

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