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Local engineer and worldwide mountaineer Chris Horley has joined a growing number of volunteers contributing their expertise to Cambodia’s Hope, a nonprofit organization for orphans.
“Given the development of so many different projects as we grow, there are plenty of needs to be met so we have been developing a volunteer program over the last 18 months,” co-founder Marvel Kellogg said.
Horley is an accomplished photographer and film maker, Marvel said, and the idea came together for him to travel to Cambodia with her husband Terry Kellogg to spend several weeks filming the orphaned children.
“Chris put together a DVD for our public relations activities,” she said. “He has never traveled in this fashion before, although having been to most continents to seek high peaks, he had never truly faced the desperate poverty of a place before, especially through the eyes of children.”
“I shot about four hours of video,” Horley said. “Some of the video will be on the website at www.cambodiashope.org and some will be used to support fundraising activities.”
Horley is a mechanical engineer who works on satellite designs and has worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory for 25 years.
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