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A group of students will be serving in Ethiopia over spring break.

Brody Jenkins and Kaylee Burns

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Over spring break there is a group of students that will be spending their week different than most. The Porch is sending a group of 13 on a mission trip to Ethiopia. They will be leaving on March 15th and will return on March 24th.
While in Africa they will be serving in many different ways. The biggest project they will take on includes building a track. The group will also visit an orphanage, and teach English to students in a school.
This is a first time trip for most, but for a few, this will be the second trip out. The group going is led by Koty Koster. Those going include Gervace Aguila, Halley Gilmore, Cat Childers, Paige Hrdlicka, Justice Thompson, Alex Taylor, Matthew Trolinger, Montana Stout, Bekah Bible, Koty Koster, Rick Wilhour and Joshua Rigney. This is Matthew Trolinger’s second trip to Africa. We asked what he was most excited about, “Going to the Kindergarten and seeing all the little kids, and going to the orphanage and hanging out with them.” Gervace Aguila will be visiting for his first time this spring break. We asked what encouraged him to go, “After going to San Deigo last summer Koster talked to me about Africa and I decided to go.”

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