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Phyllis Eckelmeyer

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Phyllis Eckelmeyer Founder ..., 4 May 2011 [cached]
Phyllis Eckelmeyer Founder of MCEP and John Sakuda (tribe member) narrated a 7 minute video showing the difficult life of tribal life in the barren lands of East Africa.
(L-r)Jack Regan, Phyllis Eckelmeyer, John Sakuda and Alice Sparks
Donations to MCEP, 13 Feb 2011 [cached]
Phyllis Eckelmeyer Executive Director, MCEP
Thank you for your continuing support of The Maasai Cultural Exchange Project
The Maasai aren't giving back the ..., 9 April 2007 [cached]
The Maasai aren't giving back the money they've received, said Phyllis Eckelmeyer, chairwoman of the Maasai Cultural Exchange Project and the tribe's American liaison.
"They want to give back," Eckelmeyer said.
The Doylestown community has donated more than $90,000 to the Maasai, which they have used to have three wells drilled and send about 50 women and children to school, Eckelmeyer said.
Since local children have been involved in the fundraising efforts, the Maasai wanted to give back to the children, Eckelmeyer said.And they thought donating to the castle renovation and expansion project would be the best way.
"It's a fairy land - a thing that all children want to have.It's something children can dream about," Eckelmeyer said.
Phyllis Eckelmeyer, who arrived ..., 2 Feb 2011 [cached]
Phyllis Eckelmeyer, who arrived in Alexandria on Jan. 21 as part of 48-person tour of the country, has been staying at the Maritim Jolie Ville Hotel on the Mediterranean Sea.
Phyllis Eckelmeyer is the cofounder of the Maasai Cultural Exchange, an organization that raises money to educate Maasai children and drill water wells for the members of the Maasai tribe living in the Olosho Oibor region of Kenya.
Mike Lemon Casting | News 1, 25 Dec 2004 [cached]
letter from Phyllis Eckelmeyer
Phyllis Eckelmeyer, Co-founder, MCEP
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