Baby Nashook: This three year old child was brought to Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center in Moshi, Tanzania by the chief of the village of Sucuro. The chief knew Dr. Gunn and Barker Keith and had a high level of trust in them. The chief knew that a Rotary team was coming to KCMC to provide a 3 D artificial limb to children in the area that were amputees. Baby Nashook presented with a badly deformed right leg and will require three surgical procedures prior to being fitted with an artificial limb. APV received support for Baby Nashook from Cheryl and Todd Henshaw of Naples, Florida and from Elizabeth and Dan O’Day of Austin, Texas. She was scheduled to be operated on for the first procedure on Aug. 22; however she fell in to an open cooking fire and was badly burned. Ms. Herman was able to get emergency care for her at a hospital in Arusha and will keep the baby and her mother there in Arusha until the baby has healed enough to undergo surgery. We expect her to have surgery in early September and will be posting pictures of her as she progresses through the necessary medical procedures required in order for her to someday be able to walk. Our dreams for Baby Nashook include placing her at Scholastica School in Moshi when she is five as the school is located very near KCMC and the school will be able to take her there when she requires care for the artificial limb.