News Item: Latvia adoption program
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Anyone who is interested (or knows someone interested) in adopting children from the former Soviet Union might want to pay attention. We received the following from Amy Coray, who served in the Latvia Riga Mission in 1993-94. She currently works for Premier Adoption Agency.
"We have a Latvia adoption program, and want everyone to know about an exciting program happening this summer.
"Premier Adoption Agency announces three upcoming meetings about adoption options, and will especially be presenting information about a "Latvia Summer Camp" sponsored by Premier this summer. Families will be able to have a child or sibling group (ages 5-12) from a Latvian orphanage live with them for three weeks this summer.
"All of the children are healthy, and in need of good homes. Premier is looking for families who want to adopt, and can have a home study complete before the children arrive. Participation in the summer camp will fulfill some of Latvia's adoption requirements and will replace one of the two trips Latvia normally requires for adoption. The Latvian government may also waive some fees and expedite the process for older children.
"Here is the information for the meetings:
Friday, March 2nd at 6:30 PM
Provo City Library
Bullock Room (#309)
550 N University Ave
Saturday, March 3rd at 9:00 AM
Salt Lake City Library
Conference Room 4
210 E 4th South
Saturday, March 3rd at 1:00 PM
Grace Baptist Church
390 N 400 E
"All meetings are open to the public and free of charge. Anyone who wants more information may call Premier's main office in Mesquite (702-346-4922), or visit the website: www.premieradoption.org."
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