St. Louis was the Work Site for Texas Volunteers
You don’t need to hear instructions to be a good volunteer. Ten Texans proved it on July 22nd at the St. Louis site for the Missouri-Illinois branch. Seven volunteers were youth and young adults with hearing disabilities, while three adults provided sign language instructions at the direction of branch personnel.
The team of volunteers departed from Austin, Texas, and traveled more than 800 miles to help with sorting and boxing clothing for the needy.
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