Muyu Juntas’qa is the Quechuan word for “FullCircle”. Quechua is the language of the people of Amaru and a language that has been handed down from the time of the Inca.
This is the final episode from our 2012 community service and skiing adventure.
We continue our work building a recycling center. We cut down Eucalyptus trees for the roof of the center, and work as a team to carry them up the hill. Our local friend and project co-worker, Eustachio Cruz, offers a blessing for the FullCircle crew on a mountain peak above town. Continue Reading
This episode opens with a glimpse of the FullCircle crew's skiing in Chile, then the episode travels back in time to our arrival in Amaru, Peru. In Amaru, we begin to learn about the people who live there, their ancient culture, and the troubles they face with modern waste. Continue Reading
It was awesome having Ahmet Dadali join us for our 3rd community service and skiing trip to South America!
Check out this blog post from the La Familia Channel.
Our Fundraiser in Wilson, Wyoming, was a huge success. We raised almost $2000 to help fund our recycling center project. Thank you all! Continue Reading
We are excited to announce the plans for our third annual project, which will be taking place in Amaru, Peru, this coming August. Continue Reading