Our day started early, as Glen and I must walk a half mile to where we park our Vans and pick up the rest of our group and be at the Gandhi School ready to teach by 7:45am. A quick acclimation to the school and english classrooms and then classes start, ready or not! Team Leaders Martha Anderson and Darcie Raines are well prepared.My group heads off to the gym, which includes, Kalab & Bridgette and Milton from FBC Augusta, GA. Our day is spent teaching the fundamentals of Basketball. The Young people catch on fast and have a great time messing up together. The Gandhi PE Teachers are very helpful and we get along great.We are invited to eat lunch in their cafeteria, and Glen and Clista said that has never happen before. The meal is a traditional Hungarian soup and pork, that even I like. Following our afternoon classes we head back to the hotel to freshen up and get our supplies for the Student party. We also take time to pack our teacher appreciation gifts.A quick stop at a store to buy 200 ice cream bars and Back to the School by 6:30pm as we prepare for our student party. Glen has invited back to entertain at our party, one of his former students, who is a wonderful Gypsy musician and singer. The students are not required to attend, so we have no idea what to expect. At the party, nearly all the students attend and even bring their instruments and help play and sing and many danced traditional Gypsy dances. While the music is playing, rubber band bracelets are being made by both female and males. Everyone is having a great time.The music is stopped and Clista shares with the students through one of our interpreters why we have come to the Gandhi School. They are curious and listen well. As a gift to the students, we give them a t-shirt and book marker, and of course an Ice cream bar. The t-shirt has the number one in many languages, to say that God loves everyone, even Gypsies. After a late supper at McDonald's, yes McDonald's, we have a team meeting and turn in. A great day of showing God's love in tangible ways.