World Water Day presentation at Edmonds’ Holy Rosary March 22

Edmonds’ Holy Rosary Parish is hosting a presentation Thursday, March 22 on world water scarcity and how the work of local non-profit Water Access Now is making a difference in Ghana, Africa.

A partner of Catholic Relief Services, Water Access Now is a program of Kirkland parish St. John Mary Vianney. The program sponsors the removal of killer parasites from drinking water and funds well-digging, so that young girls can attend school now instead of carrying buckets of water to their villages.

Speaker Jan Kline, co-founder of Water Access Now, will present details about the program to Holy Rosary parishioners and the public on World Water Day, March 22, at 7 p.m. in the church’s Pastoral Center, 630 7th Ave. N., Edmonds.

Music by the Palindrome Trio will precede the program, and all ages are invited. Popcorn will be provided.

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