Clean water

Posted by Dana Hinton

April 20, 2022

A Water Step Chlorine Kit was donated to the sisters by Frank Diebold, uncle of Lauren Sprigg who volunteered in Belize with the sisters for 7 weeks. Lauren was able to teach those at SCN Center Belize how to make their own chlorine and also how to use the kit to purify water. The purifier kit cost about $400. This piece of equipment will help the Sisters to continue improving the environment.


  1. Linda Soltis

    Having good, clean water is such a blessing and necessity. Thanks Lauren for helping to make it possible.

  2. Liz Wendeln

    Yeah !!!!

  3. Maria Brocato

    What a wonderful gift …… the water kit and the knowEdge of how to make chlorine. I’m sure you all will share it well.

  4. Amrita Manjaly

    That is good news indeed! Clean water will make everyone healthy , wealthy and cheerful.

  5. Ann Palatty

    Indeed a great gesture. How easy that the Belize sisters are able to make their own purified water. God bless the benefactor.

  6. Luke

    Thanks Lauren! You are such a dear!
    Love having you as one of our volunteers!
    S. Luke

  7. Maggie Cooper

    Wow!! That’s impressive, Lauren. Thanks for that idea and making it work!


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