The St. Andrews Matale Hill school community was overjoyed with the construction of a new kitchen. Previously, the school’s cook had spent a long time working on the veranda of an old teacher’s house, because the old kitchen had fallen down after a heavy storm. The students of this school are also so happy that they will be getting lunch on time, since rains will no longer disturb the cook. The firewood, which was often stolen when it was kept outside, will also be safe, and a new, fuel-efficient cook stove will soon be installed, reducing the school’s need for firewood. The construction of this kitchen was supported through the generosity of the parents, students and teachers at their sister school, the Hannah Senesh Community Day School in Brooklyn, New York. Long live our sister school. Weebale nnyo!