A letter from VX Uganda

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VX U G A N D A A S S O C I A T I O N HASINDIHE JAMES
E: ceo@vxuganda.org
W: www.vxuganda.org
T: 0784998202 / 0700836969
Friday /27TH/ 3 /2015
TO THE VX FAMILIES IN UK
Cc: STIRLING HARPUR AND FAMILY
Cc: CRAIG S BUTTERY AND FAMILY
Cc: HELEN MACKENZIE AND FAMILY
Cc: KAREN BRUIN AND FAMILY
Cc: IAN CROSBY
REF A BLESSING TO PHMJ FAMILY FOR HOSTING US THROUGH THE 5 WEEKS STAY IN UK
The C.E.O VX UGANDA James Hasindihe and Head Coach Gerald Kanyesigye here by expressing our heartfelt thanks to the VX
families especially with PMHJ family where we realized a warm comfortable VX home atmosphere characterized by
tremendous VX sessions where we learnt new skills and tactics, good accommodation, good feeding, excellent sense of
humour especially when Maggie cracked it when James hadn’t fasten his seat belt that the warning sound was running
through the police xxx. We can’t forget Maggie’s cooking especially Gerald developed an attachment with Yorkshire puddings

We would like to say thanks to Karen and family for all your efforts which gave us ‘’at home feeling’’ and again Calvin cracked
when James needed more hot spice so he brought fire to burn his tongue so as he feels the heat directly xxx

We were blown away at Helen’s home. We were surprised with YORKSHIRE GIFTS. We now have what to show as a symbol
that we have ever lived in Yorkshire we will flame the art pieces. James’ appetite pulled it off when he ordered for a large
pizza not knowing that he was opting for a defeat battle.

We learnt NGB management skills on our visit to Global VX Craig S Buttery. Craig and Tracy shared VX knowledge which
expanded on our VX knowledge. James easily recognized Tracey’s good axcent that was soundly different until he was
explained to why it was so. The Bullz club session was another feel at home moment that we enjoyed.

The C.E.O VX England Ian Crosby showed us love when he joined us in Manchester during the exhibition at the university of
Uclan followed by a surprise of a night out which turned out to be Gerald’s last dinner in UK for this trip.

We thank Stirling and Kristal for the motivational speeches. We are sure that we will keep our VX Guns up forward and yes,
thanks for donating the IT equipment they are such of a great use here. Again James couldn’t stand the sea food.

We could see that all VX families making ends meet for us to feel at home. Having Say that, we couldn’t have kept in UK for
any time minus the family of Paul, Maggie and Jesse which provided the residence. It’s too dear to stay in UK for a month and
a week we spent there. For the time we stayed in UK, we were accommodated comfortably, fed (Yorkshire puddings),
watered and wined better than what a hotel could. James ‘mum passed on her thanking to Maggie for the fortified wine you
bought her.

We realized a friendly atmosphere from all VX players towards us something which pulled attention together that we couldn’t
think of home (Uganda). Having said that, Scot .M proved a point when he donated 5 pairs of boots to us.

The adventures you threw to us were worth of a kind that we never had before. From the horn blower in Rippon, to the walls
of Vikings in york town, to the National Railway museum, the Black sheep Brewery, River Ure, conferences and exhibitions in
different schools and universities , the North Coast ( we remember fish and chips ), the Red Arrows jet show off, Ipswich, theWhite Horse, Balton castle. The London trip was another one that we had a lot from the London eye, Buckingham palace, the
Big Ben, the underground railway complex, the Uganda house. We miss Newton on Ouse.

Yours in sport
C. E. O VX UGANDA ASSOCIATION
HASINDIHE JAMES
E: ceo@vxuganda.org
W: www.vxuganda.org
T: 0784998202/ 0700836969