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Mission accomplished

A team of 18 adults and college/high school students from Rolling Hills Baptist Church recently was involved in building a home for a missionary family in Juarez, Mexico. The building team included (front, sitting, L-R) Laura Kulp, Grandfather Solis, Joe Camp, and Renee Lebby; (middle row L-R) Lauren Hughes, Marilyn Davis, Marianna Solis, Elaina Solis, Mrs. Gideon, Bonnie Hester, Taylor Trebotte, Carrie Kulp, and Savannah Stout; (back Row L-R) Kathy Palomino, Guy Hester, Pete Mercer, Frank Mercer, Nick Rider, Marcos Solis, Pastor Gideon, Ben Hester, Ashley Hughes, David Lebby, Dan Hester, Josh Hughes, and Mike Mahoney. Photo/Special.

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