Volunteering to help at the Selection Camp

Getting to know Hannah Gretton
M.M: How have you found the camp so far?
H.G: Interesting. The concept of Ebenezer and how everything works is really interesting.

M.M: Any highlights?
H.G: The games last night were such fun and the tour of the fields was interesting.

M.M: Where do you come from?
H.G: Nottingham in the U.K.

M.M: How long will you be with us in Kezi or Bulawayo?
H.G: Until Christmas. I’m working at Family Impact at the moment.

M.M: What is your favourite quote?
H.G: “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” By Albert Eistein.

M.M: What do you do to relax?
H.G: Eat

M.M: Thank you so much Hannah. Enjoy your stay in Zimbabwe and I look forward to getting to know you more.
By Molly Manhanga

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