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The 2008 South Eugene High School graduate was among dozens of nonmedical volunteers who spent the first week of March installing water purification systems and safer, fuel-efficient cooking stoves in rural homes miles from the Cascade team's Solola headquarters.
The embassy has brought music and dance groups of Solola youth to Guatemala City for two performances and is circulating to Mayan villages a poster show of photos from the Yellow Birds' tour.
Mass marches, civic strikes, and coordinated actions occurred in dozens of cities, including in the departments of Alto Verapaz, Baja Verapaz, Izabal, Quetzaltenango, Sacatepequez, Solola, Suchitepequez, and Totonicapan.
Their village, called Solola, was all but swallowed up, and their home was destroyed (see map, p.
Though many communities were evacuated, some did not receive any warning, particularly in Solola and San Marcos.
Residents said at least 50 people were killed in the landslide in Solola, Guatemala, close to the tourist destination of Lake Atitlan, that remained cut off from the outside world.
Officials expected the death to toll to climb today as they searched for more than 150 others who were missing following the landslide in the town of Solola, 60 miles west of the capital, Guatemala City.
Gregory Schaffer has served at the mission in San Lucas Toliman in the department of Solola for more than 40 years.
For Gertrude Mkandawire, a new opposition member of parliament (MP) for Mzimba Solola, a constituency in the far north of Malawi, winning the May 20 election was a triumph over customs that militate against women.
In the province of Solola, there are more than 500 evangelical places of worship compared with 194 Catholic facilities, although most of the former are empty.
After the first 50 books had been sold, William sent his first donation, and 50 trees were planted in the town of Solola, Guatemala.
Back in the Bronx, Goods of Conscience buys bolts of cotton fabric from two towns in Guatemala, Chicacao and Solola.