Letter to the Editor 4-19-13

Dear Editor,
Thank you to everyone who helped make the “Running for Ghana” youth track meet successful last Saturday.  We had 178 kids participate in the meet. I would like to thank those who volunteered to work and those who donated food for the meet. Lastly, thanks to all the participants who competed in the track meet. I am greatly blessed to be able to go on the mission trip this summer.
Thank you!
                                    Aren Coppoc
                                    Sterling College,
                                    “Team Ghana”

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