COMMITTEE... Members of the South Australian-based Nepalese Orphanage Committee who travelled to Kathmandu for the opening of the orphanage’s purpose-built facility Happiness Home; Kay Barlow, Geoff Barnett, Lyn Stokes, Joan Correll, Father Thomas Karamakuzhiyil, Jenny Oldland and Regina Bishop with Helpless Colony founder Nanu Rai (second left). (Absent: Maree Anderson, Libby Dean.) COMMITTEE... Members of the South Australian-based Nepalese Orphanage Committee who travelled to Kathmandu for the opening of the orphanage’s purpose-built facility Happiness Home; Kay Barlow, Geoff Barnett, Lyn Stokes, Joan Correll, Father Thomas Karamakuzhiyil, Jenny Oldland and Regina Bishop with Helpless Colony founder Nanu Rai (second left). (Absent: Maree Anderson, Libby Dean.)

Dreams come true in Kathmandu

YORKE Peninsula supporters of the Helpless Colony Orphanage, in Kathmandu, have described the recent opening of a purpose-built facility as a dream come true.

Nepalese Orphanage Com­mittee president Kay Barlow was joined by fellow local committee members Joan Correll, Father Thomas Karamakuz­hiyil, Regina Bishop, Lyn Stokes, Geoff Barnett and Jenny Oldland in Nepal last month.

Friends and supporters from the peninsula, Adelaide Hills, Western Australia, Victoria and Queensland also attended the opening of the aptly named Happiness Home on Thursday, October 5.

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