The first school, Los Blancos, was filled with 67 Dominican and Haitian children crowded inside a concrete structure at the end of a dirt road. Despite uncomfortable conditions, each face glowed with enthusiasm, and imagination. This group was especially rambunctious and tested the abilities of our team, who succeeded wonderfully in manifesting a day of opportunity and discovery. Day two was spent at San Marcos, a middle school with better-behaved participants. These children were already on summer vacation and came to school by their own free will, resulting in a crowd of over 60. The school today was attended by a group of Haitian refugees, some fighting for Dominican citizenship. These children needed far more help than we could provide with a day of activities, yet we earnestly hope our efforts may motivate some to seek opportunities outside those immediately presented to them, such as continued education. Tomorrow we move to Monte Cristi, on the frontier of the Haitian border to work with two orphanages. The challenge of outreach is well worth it, with the hope that our efforts make some difference in the lives of these underprivileged children.