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Local church members serve through ‘Outreach Jamaica’


Local church members serve through ‘Outreach Jamaica’
Ann Moore demonstrates how to write with glitter glue to a young man from the St. John Bosco Home for Boys.


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Kelsey Titzman and Ann Moore from Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church of Poth participated in “Outreach Jamaica XXIII,” sponsored by the Food for the Poor Ministry.

Ann and Kelsey traveled with Father Tony Palazzolo to Jamaica, where they built houses for the poor in Mandeville.

Their group also visited the St. John Bosco Home for Boys, where they each worked with individual children in various activities.

In Kingston, they visited the Golden Age Home for more hands-on volunteer services working with the 360 residents, including the elderly, as well as physically and mentally disabled adults, who have been abandoned.
 

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