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Dominican Republic – Day 4

Hello! This is Andrew Gang and today we went to an orphanage with 19 orphans. Before we got there we went to a shop and bought goods for the orphans. When we went there we bought pizza for the kids and ate and then we went to the field and played baseball and soccer with them. We finished the day with I ce cream with them.

¡Hola! It’s Carson here! So today the girls had an amazing day and lots of fun! We met moms, babies, grandmas, little girls, and little boys! It’s was very fun and we got to show the grandmas they are loved and needed in this community! ¡Adios!

Hola, it’s Jacob Baltazar and today was a fun day for all the boys on this trip. Today we visited 19 boys in a orphanage. First, we went to a local store name Jumbo which is a basically a Walmart. We shopped for food and supplies for the orphans. While we were there, we bought pizza and soda for lunch. Next, when we got there, we served the pizza and everyone ate. After, we went to a baseball field to played baseball with the orphans. We also brought frisbees and soccer balls. Though the whole time, we only played baseball. It was a great game. Afterwards we got ice cream at a local Dominican ice cream shop. Once we were done with the ice cream, we said our goodbyes and our day ended. Adios!

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3 comments on “Dominican Republic – Day 4

  1. Patricia Gasparre
    November 26, 2014

    Great photos and amazing experience recaps! Thank you continued blessings! Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

  2. Susan Crandall
    November 26, 2014

    We love the updates. Thank you for sharing. Keep up the great work.

  3. Anonymous
    December 22, 2014

    Great Job!!!

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