From My Facebook friends at NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley Come Some Great Photo’s of 430 Christian Volunteers From Across The Country In #Woonsocket Painting And Do Some Repairs To homes Throughout the city.
From Their Facebook Page:
#Workcamps “Help provide youth and adults with perspective. All of the campers come from different backgrounds and different parts of the country. We get to see places that are different from our home towns, or, oftentimes, very similar to where we are from. It gives you perspective on your own life when you can see what others are going through”
~Ryan (Clifton Park, New York)
Here Are Just A Few Of Some Great Shots,,,
Follow The Link Below And Get All The Details From Their Facebook Page and More Photo’s,,,
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