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Clothing, Quilts, and Other Aid Shared with Esperanza Orphanage

Phoenix Branch’s first international delivery was for an orphanage in Mexico. On February 12, retired Pastor Carl Hampsch and his wife took a van load of children’s clothing, bedding, quilts and pack-n-plays to Esperanza Orphanage in Puerto Penasco, Mexico. Pictured (L-R) are David Eide-Branch Manager, Pastor Carl Hampsch, Allen Hobratschk-Branch Warehouse manager and volunteer Pastor Clare Skov. The Phoenix branch was very excited to share these items with Esperanza Orphanage.


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