Video: Ole Miss students wrap up a mission trip in Haiti with the Hotty Toddy cheer!
As we have been reporting all week, two groups made up of Oxonians and Ole Miss students traveled to Haiti over spring break for mission trips.
Mississippi Highway Patrol being represented in Haiti by Master Sergeant Anthony Granderson!! pic.twitter.com/FOF9CiyHbr
— Hugh Freeze (@CoachHughFreeze) March 16, 2016
For the third year in a row, Ole Miss coaches and football players participated in a special mission trip to Camp Marie, Haiti. The teams good works were multiplied by the addition of church groups, a group from FNC and other Oxonians.
The other group, 49 Ole Miss students, also spent spring break in Haiti as part of a mission trip with a new campus organization called Ole Missions.
Both groups worked with local towns and communities to provide water filters, paint homes and plant trees among other things. As the two groups wrap up, HottyToddy.com was fortunate to receive photos and one great Hotty Toddy cheer from Haiti:
Alley Bell, of Living Out Loud with Alley and Amanda, sent these photos from Haiti:
Emily Newton is a staff reporter at hottytoddy.com and the editor of Experience Oxford. She can be reached at email@example.com.