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Haiti Update: Ole Miss Students Wrap Up Missions Work in Haiti

Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook

Ole Miss students who are a part of the student-led Christian group, Ole Missions, finished mission work in a small village in Haiti.

The group has spent the week painting homes, planting trees and supplying water filters for a group of Haitians. The students used the week of spring break to plan the mission trip and hope to take many more trips to various countries.

“Today the Ole Missions team had its last day at the village,” the Ole Missions Facebook page said. “They were able to share one last meal with the children of the village before heading back to the Mission of Hope campus. Tomorrow the team will enjoy a day off relaxing at a beautiful beach in Haiti.”

HottyToddy.com has been following the Ole Missions team all week. Learn more about the group’s trip by reading this Haiti Update.

Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook
Photo: Ole Missions Facebook

 


Emily Newton is a staff reporter for hottytoddy.com and the editor of Experience Oxford magazine. She can be reached at emily.newton@hottytoddy.com.

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