|(Record of the past Event)
|Crawl-A-Thon organised by Hope
|A returned Peace Corps Volunteer's efforts to bring clean water, toilets, new classroom
space, and solar power to schools in Nepal. The project cost is approximately $40,000.00.
|Sign the Guest Book
Crawls To Change
(Crawling around the perimeter of Washington Sq. Park To Raise
Funds for Schools in Nepal)
Saturday, December 3, 2005
(Crawl Starts: 10:00am)
The Arch in Washington Square Park (North side)
Mr. Lhakpa Gelu Sherpa, 12-time Everest Summiteer and the fastest person ever to
climb Mt. Everest
Mr. L.G. Khambache Sherpa, a NYC cab driver, who crawled the length of Manhattan,
to raise funds for Tsunami victims in May 2005.
There is no cost to crawl, though crawlers are asked to purchase a logo patch ($15).
Participants are advised to bring kneepads and gloves.
To participate or to sponsor a crawler contact Event Coordinator, Mr. LG Khambache
All proceeds benefit the Rotary Club of Plainsboro’s efforts to help three schools in Nepal
obtain new classroom space, new classroom furniture, water taps, toilet blocks, library
books, and uniforms. Please join us for “Shikhsya Ko Asha” Hope for Education
(Saturday December 3, 2005, NYU School of Law, 40 Washington Square South, 7-
11pm, tickets $30 general, $15 for students). For more information, see http://www.living-
|1) Mrs. Gelmu Sherpa
|2) Mr. Lane Smith