The BYU baseball team is traveling to the Dominican Republic to play some tournaments and to help some children in need. As one of their service activities the team will visit a school in the city of Higüey. Along with donating some much needed supplies, they will also make a special delivery from Children in the Spanish Immersion program at Orchard Elementary in Orem, Utah. The Spanish Immersion children in grades 2-6 have used their Spanish to write a note to a Dominican child.
We brought the photo booth to their school and let the kids get pictures in the photo booth. Each picture will be attached to the notes and delivered to the children in Higüey. This will give the children in Higüey the opportunity to get a sense of the American children’s personalities. In turn, the Dominican children will write a note back to the American children which will be delivered to Orchard Elementary upon returning to the states!
The kids had a great time in the photo booth. Everyone that got their pictures taken can access the images in the photo booth gallery here. Remember, the password to the gallery is on the note that you received after getting your pictures in the booth.