News from High Point
Eh K’lu has bought a car and just got his drivers license, congratulations!
Several more Burmese will begin working at the Rockingham Purdue Farms chicken processing plant after the Memorial Day Holiday.
Families and individuals are changing their housing arrangements to align with their jobs and preferences. Tun Tun Win and Aung Htoo are renting a room from Eh Le Say. Zaw Oo is staying with the Pah Doh Family. A Chin family is making arrangements to move from Greensboro to High Point.
Tha Way is back home, each of his legs in a cast. The doctors at Baptist Hospital reset his legs which had had multiple breaks over the years, they strengthened the bones with reinforcement and there is a chance he may stand on those legs for the first time in his life. His sister, Sar Sar Oo, who has had similar problems with brittle bones disease is going in for evaluation on June 17.