Students Help Clean Up

Our students got together yesterday near Benjica's home and helped clean up the community. Part of a requirement of receiving a scholarship from Haiti Scholarships is that students will give back to their communities. And what better time than right now!


14 students worked hard for about 4 hours. From Berlyne: "Also, I know that you don't burn trash in the States. But here we do. People were very happy to see us doing that for them, because it has been so long since they had been waiting for the mayor's office worker to clean up and no one came. They gave us two rakes and a shovel from the Pastor and we gave them back to them after."

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