Dr. Fred Sorrells, Francillon Chery and Don Bristow were interviewed by Neita Fran Ward during the live radio program Art Connection on Saturday, September 9. Topics included art as a therapeutic recreation, with Francillon’s story being a great example of using painting to relieve phantom pain following amputation. This was the second time this trio […]
The following article by Alexander Lee was posted at TruthNetMedia.com on August 18, 2017. The Haitian amputee arrived into Little Rock on Wednesday afternoon and visited the Boys and Girls Club. The team were introduced by non other than Operation Go Quickly President Fred Sorrells. A few of the team members then demonstrated their skill sets […]
The following article by Alexander Lee was posted at TruthNetMedia.com on July 28, 2017. St. Raphael Catholic Church hosted the Haitian Amputee Soccer team during their Cup of America tour. The church brought in the team for three nights so that they could have a place to eat and rest. St. Raphael opened up their Parish […]
During their visit with Joni and Friends, Dr. Fred Sorrells presented Joni Eareckson Tada with artwork that Haitian Amputee Soccer team member Francillion Chery had made and customized for Joni. Francillion cuts his designs out of old tin lids and paints them.
Operation Go Quickly travelled to Cap Haitian, Haiti, on February 15, 2017, and returned March 4. Traveling with Dr. Fred Sorrells were Kurt Chappell (hearing aid fittings), Larry Boyd (sports) and Glendoria Boyd (children and special needs) plus prison ministry. Haitian artist and amputee soccer player Francillon Chery joined the ministry team as well. Our […]
Ashley Cieri, Multimedia/Yearbook of Finley Junior High, wrote, “Here are a couple pictures I snapped when Francillon Chery visited Finley’s art classes last Friday. Thanks for setting it up for him to come! The students really enjoyed having him.”