Parents of Clemens Mill Public School students experienced an inspiring true story of hope and resiliency. Thanh Campbell, the author of Orphan 32, visited the school and spoke of how he came to Canada in Operation Babylift in 1975. However, he later discovered his path had taken a much different direction from the rest.
Thanh’s story had the audience in tears as he guided them through his journey, and how his strong faith, through the unbelievable life challenges, got him to the place he is today.
Thanks to contributions from Clemens Mill PS School Council and Fiddlesticks Community Centre, the school was able to invite Thanh to share his story. To make the evening even more memorable, a surprise ending found one more of the orphans from Operation Baby Lift in the audience! Unbelievably, this reunited another of the unaccounted orphans, making this truly an amazing journey of life, love and self-discovery.
« Previous Post: Parent Involvement Committee Looking for New Members
Next Post: Queen Elizabeth PS students learn bike helmet safety »