26 March 1908, arrived in Korca the Protestant charitable missionaries Pineas and Violet Kennedy

When the first Albanian school for girls in Korca, 7 years after its opening, (1891-1908), threatened to be closed the sisters Sevasti and Parashqevi Qiriazi requested the protection and financial support of the British-American Protestant mission. On March 26th, 1908 arrived in Korça the US Protestant benefactors Rev. Phineas Barbour (Barber) Kennedy and his mistress Violet R. (Bond) Kennedy, the daughter of a Protestant missionary Luis Bond. Sevasti was surprised: the American Board, headquartered in Boston sent to Korca her childhood friend Violet Bond.