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Back from Puerto Rico

A group of 35 high school youth and adults from Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peachtree City spent a week in Puerto Rico. While there, they worked at a domestic violence center, assisted at a care center for the elderly, painted parts of a cathedral, scraped and painted residents’ homes, and weeded and landscaped at a botanical garden.

Pictured are (front row, L-R) High School/Family Ministry Director Ann Hersom, chaperone Andi Laaker, Kristin Huie, Leann Dietze, Hannah Lewis, Kara Markle, Anna Beard, Kara Nordin, Casey Davin; (middle row L-R) chaperone Carl Nordin, Alex Spiecha, Scott Cranford, Sam Compagno, Wyatt Tanner, Elliott Tanner, Nathan Truex, Greta Pfundt, Martha Kahley, Erika Barrett; (back row L-R) Alex Brewer, Sebastian Ferguson, Matt Fletcher, Will Laaker, chaperone Adam Brewer, Nathan Ruck, John Costello, Trevor Simmonds, Alex Pfundt, Joel Saunders, Dillan King, Scott Lauderdale, Kevin Bennett, Carl Hersom, chaperone Rich Klein, chaperone Bonnie Dietze. Photo/Special.


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