We went to Nakuru. This is where we are going to stay for the rest of the time. We got an apartment. It was a 2 hour drive. We settled in our apartment. Afterwards we went to a college where my dad spoke to many people.
We went on a really cool safari. We saw many animals like ostriches, giraffes, zebras, monkeys, and a lot more. I even got some pictures of them.
We left the hotel as a man named Fred showed us around Nairobi. Outside the hotel was a little town. It had dirt roads and shops made of mud. It was really cool.
Jimmy Sherlock [from left], and his sons, Jimmy Jr., 11, and Jason, 12, packed the family truck with donations for their month-long trip to Kenya, where they hope to bring provisions and education to the poverty-stricken region. The family left Wednesday afternoon.
By Colleen King
A local family made the long trip to Kenya this Wednesday, Oct. 12, after spending the last few months preparing for the mission trip.
Jimmy and Patrizcia Sherlock, along with two of their eight children — Jimmy Jr., 11, and Jason, 10, both G. Harold Antrim Elementary School students, traveled to the African country in hopes of providing relief the to the poverty-stricken region.
Pastor Pete Masau, of God’s Favor Church in Kenya, guided Mr. Sherlock as he decided to make the mission trip.
By chance, Pastor Masau saw Mr. Sherlock being interviewed on the Christian broadcast channel, Trinity Broadcasting Network.
Mr. Sherlock is an entrepreneur who dedicates much of his time to charity work and what he describes as “inspiring others through speaking about [his] ministry and [his] career.” Read more…