Empowering Zambians in the New England Area
Lately, some members of the ZANE community wished to express their gratitude and heartfelt thanks to ZANE and the community at large, for the tremendous support and love they showed during different occurrences in these member’s lives.
Below, are letters from four families to ZANE and the community:
September 28. 2010
We (the Lungu) family would like to sincerely thank all ZANE OFFICIALS and all FELLOW ZAMBIANS for the wonderful gift and prayers you gave to our son CHISOMO JEREMIAH LUNGU. It came a long way. May the almighty God triple the blessings and multiply where you all removed from. Our family feels honored to be served and loved by all Zambians. Thank-you, Thank-you from the bottom of our hearts. There will be a baby dedication for Jeremiah soon, will forward an invitation as soon as we set the date. I am sure Jeremiah would Love to see you all there. Stay Blessed.
THE LUNGU FAMILY.
October 6, 2010
We would like to thank the community for supporting us during our baby shower. We are grateful for your love and gifts that you showed us. May God richly bless you all.
The Bulaya Family.
October 18, 2010
To our Friends and family:
We are deeply appreciative of all the love, prayers and condolences that you have showered upon us over this trying time. We further extend our thanks to the Zambian community who really came together and provided us with the well needed support.
Dad, Uncle, Grandpa Mr. Dingiswayo Banda – May his soul forever rest in peace!
The Banda & Harrison Family (Belmont MA)
November 9, 2010
I hope this letter finds you all well. Thank you for the love you’ve shown us in so many ways. We sincerely thank you all for the time you spared, and helping hands you gave. It meant so much and we thank the Lord for each one of you, It’s been a hard trying moment for us.You reached out to us when we needed you most. You gave us a big Zambian community hug which is memorable, you gave us hope when we couldn’t cope, you cheered us up and made us laugh. Jesus saw your acts of love and caring. The love of God will always shine on each one of you, may God bless you all, thanks again.
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