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Mexico Expeditions in May

There will be 2 humanitarian expeditions going to Tijuana Mexico in May 2010.

USU is taking a group on May 8th which still has some room for volunteers. They will be doing some construction projects. This group of volunteers will be taking up to 20 people for this service project.

A group from the Timpanogos LDS Ward in Utah will be going to Tijuana Mexico May 15. They will also be doing some construction service projects in Mexico. This group of volunteers will be taking up to 20 people for this service project.

If you are interesting in joining one of these groups, please contact Gordon Carter.

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Ambulance Purchase

We met with the county commissioners in Malad, Idaho and they decided to sell us their ambulance. It was about an hour meeting on whether to sell it to us for $2000 or JR Simplot for $5000. When the meeting started I felt that the decision had already been made, JR Simplot. But due to words spoken by our volunteers and the ambulance board they changed their minds and sold it to us. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPPPPPPPPPPeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Our volunteers plan to drive it to La Tinta, Guatemala on Aug. 6. We paid for it today. Got plates for it today. Once the county has done its paperwork, they will give us the keys. Who would have thought 20 years ago that CAF would be donating ambulances to the four corners of the world. WE thank everyone that helped with this first ambulance. We now are ready for more.

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Spring Break Expedition

Here are some more awesome pictures of the USU (Utah State University) expedition to Tijuana Mexico. They are planning many more trips, please contact us or them if your are interested. All photos provided by Jim Speth. You can find all of these pictures on his website at http://www.jimspeth.com/tijuana/

Hope

Compassion

Road-ways

Mercy

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USU Spring Break Tijuana Trip 2010

During Spring Break 2010, a group of USU students traveled down to Tijuana Mexico to server the needy. Jim Speth, a professional photographer, took a number of wonderful pictures while they were working. Over the next few weeks I’ll be posted some of these images from this expedition.

Below are a couple of pictures that stood out for me.

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