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Building understanding in the wake of Hurricane Katrina

Employees work to help victims of devastating disaster

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Members of the Messiah College employee service team—including Jen Staecker (left), wife of Chris Staecker, associate professor of mathematics; Naima Quarles-Burley (center, with nail gun), college ministries intern; and Travis Eichelberger, son of David Eichelberger, general maintenance mechanic—work to repair a roof destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. The team spent eight days in Alabama and Mississippi and worked on two reconstruction projects.

Photo by Chris Staecker

Members of the Messiah College employee service team—including Jen Staecker (left), wife of Chris Staecker, associate professor of mathematics; Naima Quarles-Burley (center, with nail gun), college ministries intern; and Travis Eichelberger, son of David Eichelberger, general maintenance mechanic—work to repair a roof destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. The team spent eight days in Alabama and Mississippi and worked on two reconstruction projects.

 

 

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