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Flip Flops Delivered to Ysleta Mission in El Paso, TX

Orphan Grain Train Houston Branch volunteers loaded more than 600 flip-flops that were collected by students at local Lutheran Schools and delivered them to Ysleta Mission in El Paso, TX. We had a great visit with Pastor Heimer, Miguel, and the other faithful workers and are excited for this partnership with future deliveries to be shared with many families served at Ysleta. First picture L-R: Mike Rathje, Houston Branch Manager; Rev. Karl Heimer, pastor at Ysleta; and Miguel Munoz, who oversees donation and distribution at the Mission. Second picture is Miguel and his wife, Maritza. Thank you, Houston Branch donors and volunteers for the much-needed flip flops, first of many deliveries for Ysleta!


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