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Published July 20, 2012, 12:00 AM

PHOTO GALLERY: Bringing ‘jua’


Maxi and Tabitha months after they were taken in by the Erhardts. While malnutrition takes a long time to overcome, the girls’ health has increased with well-balanced nutrition. (Special to The Forum)

  • Maxi and Tabitha months after they were taken in by the Erhardts. While malnutrition takes a long time to overcome, the girls’ health has increased with well-balanced nutrition.  (Special to The Forum)
  • Lindsay Erhardt, a MSUM graduate, meets Maxi, left, 7 years old, and Tabitha, right, 4 years old, for the first time.
  • TJ and Lindsay Erhardt are selling necklaces and bracelets made of natural materials from Kenya at the Street Fair in downtown Fargo today and Saturday. Profits from the sales of the jewelry benefit women working with the Jua Project in Kenya. (Carrie Snyder / The Forum)
  • TJ and Lindsay Erhardt are selling necklaces and bracelets made of natural materials from Kenya at the Street Fair in downtown Fargo today and Saturday. Profits from the sales of the jewelry benefit women working with the Jua Project in Kenya.(Carrie Snyder / The Forum)
  • The Erhardt family, pictured in Kenya, consists of (from left) Alayna, 1, TJ, Collin, 6, Ben, 8, and Lindsay. (Special to The Forum)
  • More than half the women in Jua Project are former firewood carriers who carried up to 70 pounds of lumber more than 4 miles per day to make 50 cents.
  • T.J. and Lindsay Erhardt are selling necklaces and bracelets made out of natural materials from Kenya at the Street Fair in downtown Fargo, N.D. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
  • T.J. and Lindsay Erhardt are selling necklaces and bracelets made out of natural materials from Kenya at the Street Fair in downtown Fargo, N.D. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
  • Special to The Forum.
  • Special to The Forum.