Spangdahlem women have Hearts for Elim

LWOWEK SLASKI, Poland – Rania Corn from Ramstein Air Base, Germany, helped stuff the bus with 320 bags of clothes. Corn's mantra, "No Bag Left Behind," not only kept the team's spirit positive, but also allowed every donation from the Spangdahlem, Ramstein and Sweinfurt communiities to make the trip to the Elim Christian Center in Lwowek Slaski, Poland. The clothes were sorted at the center and distributed to people in need throughout the surrounding communities. 22 women from Spangdahlem, Ramstein and Sweinfurt, collectively known as "Hearts for Elim," went to Poland with a mission to provide medical service along with donating their time and effort to serve the people of the local community. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo/Released)

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