Missionary friend and HM supporter Gary Lansdowne recently announced details on their summer Olympic outreach:

The last few days we have been at the YWAM Harpenden base in England. Since arriving, there has been a whirlwind of activity in this process of getting things ready for the London 2012 Summer Olympic outreach.
The team that we are working with is called the “Forever Team” and they are working with local Churches in the cities where the Olympic games will be held.
As you can imagine with the Olympics happening July 27 – August 12, things are intense (in a good way) with all the preparations with housing, transportation needs, etc. that is needed.
We now have 2 bands confirmed for the outreach:
FRUHSTUCK (Poland)…….July 27 – 29
facebook.com/fruhstuck
WILLET (USA)…….August 6 – August 12)
facebook.com/willetonline

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