For Kathryn Roe of Bellingham, travel by motorcycle is often the best way to get around in West Africa. She is the founder of Anansi, a nonprofit that helps students in Ghana finish high school.
For Kathryn Roe of Bellingham, travel by motorcycle is often the best way to get around in West Africa. She is the founder of Anansi, a nonprofit that helps students in Ghana finish high school. Kathryn Roe Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
For Kathryn Roe of Bellingham, travel by motorcycle is often the best way to get around in West Africa. She is the founder of Anansi, a nonprofit that helps students in Ghana finish high school. Kathryn Roe Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Retired WCC art teacher helps Africans attend high school

September 03, 2015 09:55 AM