Living overseas brings you countless opportunities. Today, my family enjoyed a wonderful morning with other diplomatic and expat families. Helping is fun and rewarding.
My husband was one of the 36 guest players. The tournament included representatives from the US Consulate, French Consulate and from the host Japanese mission… All players were asked to provide an “entry fee” for the tournament, which would be transferred to the Japanese Red Cross.
I’m proud of my husband, as an amateur player and as an example to other parents, and brought our kids to support the effort in helping the Japanese Consulate in Recife to raise money to help the victims of the recent tsunami…
The participants were greeted with a great luncheon provided by the Japanese Consulate and we all enjoyed a great performance offered by the musical group Ren Taiko, which means “Lotus Opium“.
Event: Fundraising Golf Tournament, coördinated by the expat community in Recife, PE. Including representatives from the Consulates in town, expatriate families, businessmen.
Venue: The Caxanga Country and Golf Club in Recife
Date: April 3, 2011.
Pictures to come soon! In the meantime, I’d like to show my gratitude to the Consulate of Japan in Recife, for allowing us to enjoy a very nice Sunday, surrounded by friends.
6 thoughts on “Golfing for Japan: expats in Recife (Brazil), united for Japan”
oh, i haven’t seen this blog post until now! very cute! thank you for sharing.
oh… sorry for the confusion… I guess I mistook you for the lady who commented on the Japanese drummers!!! 😮 Thanks for checking it out!
Your photos are amazing. I am so glad someone submitted this post to the Round Up!
You have been included in the Weekly State Department Round Up here:
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Thank you for the inclusion1 Glad you liked the photos!
Ah! You’re children are so gorgeous! You all look like you had a tremendous time 🙂 I love Japanese drummers, such an awesome sound. Really like your blog!
Thank you! Glad you liked it…. I loved the drummers, as well – quite an experience!