Leslie Womack pokes her head into the chicken house and turns back, eyes wide, a grin plastered across her face.
“Look at them,” she says with a sense of pride, stepping back from the door so others can take a peek inside. “Just look at them. There are so many.”
Womack, a member of the Kiwanis Club of Sentinel in Missoula, Montana, has traveled several thousand miles to meet these chickens—or to be more precise, hens and roosters—in Katende, Uganda.
Read the March 2015 Kiwanis magazine to learn how Montana Kiwanians—with help from the Kiwanis International Foundation--make a difference in the lives of Ugandan children.
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