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Dear friends, as you may already know, GCSF officially closed its U.S. office the end of 2017. Meanwhile, in Vietnam, the dedicated staff, with Tam Nguyen as the leader, continued GCSF's philanthropic endeavor. We believe the last two years have efficiently been a transition time for the Vietnamese team to prepare for their readiness in carrying on GCSF's humanitarian efforts in Vietnam. With the commitment from Tam and his staff, Community Development Fund (CDF) was officially established September 2018. Your continued support for Vietnam is greatly appreciated. Please follow us at https://www.facebook.com/cdfvn
One of the wonderful things about the GCSF team is that they are always looking for ways to make a difference. Even "small" gestures can mean a lot to those in the communities we serve, such as this example in Myanmar.
From our GCSF managers in Myanmar: "We visited to Kan Hla Preschool yesterday where 32 children attend. During our last visit, we found out that each student has one school uniform and the most parents can't afford to buy another one. Each student should have two uniforms. So we decided to support one school uniform to each student. Yesterday we donated the uniforms and the children are so happy. The children look happy, healthy and very active."
Kan Hla Preschool - Myanmar
The ophthalmic assistant training program at Quang Tri Medical School is well underway. Founded in 2015, we are proud to have been a part of establishing this program which will provide good professional jobs for Quang Tri residents and also extend the reach of eye care to more rural areas of the province.
Texas Hold 'Em is the another game available at our MOONLIGHT LUCK fundraiser on SEPTEMBER 15.
Big THANK YOU to Texas Hold 'Em table sponsor STEPHEN WALLER, MD.
How to play?
"Two cards, known as the hole cards, are dealt face down to each player, and then five community cards are dealt face up in three stages. The stages consist of a series of three cards ("the flop"), later an additional single card ("the turn" or "fourth street"), and a final card ("the river" or "fifth street"). Each player seeks the best five card poker hand from any combination of the seven cards of the five community cards and their own two hole cards." ~ Wikipedia
News from Saturday's visit to the WOMEN'S OUTREACH PROGRAM at Ayetheryar in Myanmar.
"All the pregnant women, newborn babies and mothers are very healthy because of GCSF's support and caring by our midwives. The number of patients was not too much today because most of the pregnant mothers just delivered their babies.
The midwives do pregnancy tests carefully and refer the patients who need to deliver at the hospital, so both of the mother and baby are safe.
Golden Girls clinic is running well and the number of patients increased this month because it is raining season and most patients suffer with the seasonal flu. The doctor and nurses gave treatment and health education about the flu." ~ Nway Nway, GCSF Myanmar
A tip for September 15th's Moonlight Luck. Not sure what Roulette is and how to play it? Info from our provider Vegas Time Associates.
A U.S. roulette wheel consists of 38 numbered slots: numbers 1 to 36, a zero, and a double zero. The betting layout consists of every individual number as well as a host of “outside” or combinations of numbers. After the players make their bets the dealer spins the wheel and a ball and after several seconds the ball will land in one of the numbered slots."
Thank you to Grove 45 Extra Virgin Olive Oil, our Roulette Table Sponsor! "Quality EVOO from our grove to your table."
How about this alternative to celebrate your birthday? Facebook will help you collect money for a charity on your birthday.
Many thanks to Marcia Selva for being GCSF's inaugural birthday donor. Happy birthday Marcia!
Facebook wants you to say happy birthday with a donation Facebook is testing a feature that helps you collect money for a charity on your birthday instead of gifts.
Another useful and economical idea that has become a reality.
Power of what's possible when someone has an inspiration.
Big THANK YOU to Suzy Smuckler and Charles Krause, who are sponsoring the Craps table at Moonlight Luck on SEPTEMBER 15. Their sponsorship is in honor of Gary's Home in Ho Chi Minh City.
See the video of Gary's Home at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMmEtwIZ5h4
Tickets for Moonlight Luck are still available at $60 for one ticket, $100 for two tickets, $150 for three tickets, and $200 for four tickets.
Gary Smuckler's Love for Vietnam Learn about the efforts of Gary Smuckler and his family for healthcare and education for the children of Vietnam. Gary's Home in Saigon is a tribute to his l...
For those in the Washington DC area, tune in to "The Mekong River with Sue Perkins." This BBC series will be shown on WETA (PBS) on Wednesday, August 30 starting at 8 p.m.
"Sue Perkins, co-host of the popular series The Great British Baking Show, embarks on a journey up the Mekong — Southeast Asia’s greatest river — in an illuminating BBC series. Known as the Mother of Water, the Mekong brings life to millions of people from the paddy fields of Vietnam to the mountains of the Tibetan Plateau. Perkins’ extraordinary journey spans nearly 3,000 miles and explores lives and landscapes on the point of enormous change."
The Mekong River with Sue Perkins This program explores the lives and landscapes during a life-changing 3000 mile journey up the Mekong, South East Asia's largest river.
Our MOONLIGHT LUCK fundraiser will be held Friday, SEPTEMBER 15. Event tickets are available online at http://globalcommunityservice.org/
Unsure how to play Blackjack? Here you go!
Vegas Time! Associates blackjack is played with four decks of cards (four deck shoe). Cards of rank 2 through 10 are scored according to their face value. All face cards are 10 points. Aces are semi-wild and can be worth either 1 or 11 points. The highest hand in blackjack is an ace and any 10-point card and is called a blackjack. A winning blackjack pays 3:2. If both player and dealer have a blackjack the bet is a push. Aside from a blackjack a winning hand pays even money. The player wins if his hand has more points than the dealer, without going over 21. Thus a 21-point hand is the highest and is why the game is sometimes called 21. If either the player or dealer go over 21 it is called a break or bust and automatically loses. If both the player and dealer bust the player loses. If the player and dealer tie the bet is a push.
A round of blackjack begins with each player placing a bet in the square directly in front of him/her. Then the dealer will give each player and himself two cards. Player cards are dealt face up. One dealer card is dealt face up (the up card) and the other face down (the hole card). If the dealer has a ten or an ace as the up card it is possible he has a blackjack in which case all player hands will lose except with another blackjack.
In the event the dealer has an ace as the up card he will allow the players to insure their hands against a blackjack. This is much like any insurance policy in which you are betting something bad will happen. The insurance bet in blackjack pays 2:1 if the dealer has a blackjack. If the dealer has an ace showing and a player has a blackjack the dealer may ask “even money?” This is because if the player has a blackjack the net result of both the blackjack and the insurance bet will be an even money win regardless of whether the dealer has a blackjack. After all players have had a chance to accept or decline insurance the dealer will check the hole card.
After it has been established that the dealer does not have a blackjack the player in turn may play their hands. The following options are available.
Stand: If the player is satisfied with his hand as-is he may stand pat. To signify you wish to stand wave your hand as if to wave the dealer away.
Hit: If the player wishes to take another card he may continue to do so until he either stands or busts. To signify you wish to hit tap the table with your finger.
Double: If the player feels he needs one and only one more card then he may double his bet and be dealt one more card, good or bad. This option is only offered on the first two cards, and on the first two cards after splitting. To signify you wish to double place another wager next to your original wager of equal value.
Split: If the player’s first two cards are of equal point value he may split them into two hands. In this event each card is the first card of a new hand. The player must also make another wager of equal value to the first for the second hand. The player may usually resplit up to 2 or 3 times if another splitting opportunity arises. Doubling after splitting is always allowed. To signify you wish to split put the additional wager next to the original wager.
After all players have played their hands, from the dealer’s left to right, the dealer will play his hand. The dealer has no free will but must always play by certain house rules. The rule is that the dealer must hit until he reaches a score of 17 or more. If the dealer busts all players that did not bust automatically win."O
- Global Community Service Foundation Moonlight Luck: Casino Night Fundraiser Try your luck at Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, and Texas Hold ‘Em on Friday, September 15 from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Washington, D.C. Proceeds from the event will go toward GCSF projects in Viet Nam and Myanmar. More information and sponsorship opportunities. B...
BIG THANK YOU to the Hanoi Youth for Community Service who have raised funds for five homes to be built in Dakrong in Quang Tri in Viet Nam. All five homes are expected to be finished by the end of September. Watch for updates.
One home is for Ho Thi Nhon, who is handicapped and in a wheelchair, and her young son. See their current home. Building materials of cement, gravel and sand for their new home have been obtained as of August 17.
Early Bird ticket pricing for Moonlight Luck, fundraiser benefiting GCSF projects in Viet Nam and Myanmar ends TODAY. Jump on the savings now!
- Global Community Service Foundation Moonlight Luck: Casino Night Fundraiser Try your luck at Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, and Texas Hold ‘Em on Friday, September 15 from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Baker Mckenzie in Washington, D.C. Proceeds from the event will go toward GCSF projects in Viet Nam and Myanmar. More information and sponsorshi...
Happy birthday to Kaythi Win Aung, our terrific GCSF Myanmar representative!
Thank you STEPHEN WALLER, MD. for being the Texas Hold 'Em sponsor at Moonlight Luck on September 15!
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Thank you ROBERT FOUST for being the Blackjack sponsor at Moonlight Luck on September 15!
Discovery DMC donated a house at Hart Pone Village on Inle Lake. The donors are high school students, who wanted to help build the house and did!
The new house is near the primary school and the donors had a chance to do some activities at the school as well. They painted the walls, drew some pictures, wrote their names on the partition, and played with the students.
They also participated in the house opening ceremony and received a blessing from the monks. The family is happy with their new house and the students will remember these special donors. Thank you Discovery DMC
GCSF Viet Nam accompanied guests who visited D**g Ha Catholic Orphanage and D**g Ha Street Children Center. Their generosity to the children is greatly appreciated.
Drawing Competition and Rewarding Ceremony has held July 19.
"We invited three artists from Taunggyi to be the judges.Twenty-nine children from eight villages competed at the final level and we choose first, second and third prizes from each level. We gave consolation prizes for the children who didn't get first, second and third prizes. We also invited the chiefs of the villages to attend the ceremony. Some of the parents also joined the ceremony and they are very happy to see their children's drawings.
The villagers from Yay Tan Village cooked the meals and offered lunch for all who come to ceremony.
Two artists showed the children how to draw. One showed oil painting and another one showed pencil drawing. All were so excited to see the drawings of the artists." ~ Nway Nway
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Our young friends in Khe Sanh are enjoying their break from classes and studying. In the last week of July, there will be two American volunteers coming to help the students practice and improve their English language skills.
Progress continues with the LEMONGRASS PROJECT in the Hai An commune to bring economic independence to nine families. The lemongrass plants are growing well despite the hard sunlight and the poor quality of sandy soil. The photo is of the watering system we installed. The plants are strong enough to withstand the strong coastal wind. The first harvest of leaves will be done in August. The leaves will be used for oil extraction.
Nearly 250 local healthcare providers, including doctors, nurses, midwives and traditional birth attendants, have been trained to be master trainers and practitioners for HBB. These people are taking care of thousands of pregnant women and babies as part of their daily responsibilities.
Our next effort is to reach out to Savannakhet province in Laos PDR where 4,767 pregnant women are in need of help. 6 master trainers from Savannakhet College of Health Science and 40 midwives currently working in remote communes in the province will participate into this program.
Children's drawing competition on Inle Lake. Four villages are done; the other four will finish soon.
"... Four villages finished this weekend (June 17 and 18). Eighteen students from Magyi Hsate Village, 21 students from Hse Hsone Village, 13 students from Hart Pone Village, and 23 students from Taing Htaung Village competed actively. Kaythi and me organized each village and the librarian and boat driver helped us.
The title of the pictures is 'The Beauty of Inle Lake Where We Live.' The students had two hours to complete their drawings ...." ~ Nway Nway, GCSF in Myanmar
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