[Posted on Jul 26, 2017 | 946 views]
Well over 200 people volunteered last week for the week long Helping Hands Mission Camp that was held out of Providence Baptist Church, Ordinary. Camp participants completed projects on more than two dozen homes in the county. Here, campers are shown working on the roof of a mobile home last Thursday morning in Ware Neck. Shown here are, front row from left, team leader Kristin Brooks, residents Adolfina Castillo and Rachell Velez and team leader Mark Jenkins; and on the roof, from left, are campers Kate Neikirk, Tally Vaughan, Payton Thorpe, Rylie Burrow and Nicole Dunmire. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Helping Hands also had younger participants take part in the week as mini campers. Some of those campers, shown in the first row, from left, include Madison Tartaglia, Alexi Dishman and Ava Dalton and second row, from left, Kaleb Jenkins, Levi Vannoy, Kate Vannoy, William Kubeczka and Skyler Buccierro. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
 

{image_1} 120 youth and 100 adults participate


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