Spangdahlem women have Hearts for Elim

LWOWEK SLASKI, Poland – (From left) Carolyn Fuss from Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Cathy Woller and Donna Kelley from Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, and Jessica Mueth from Ramstein Air Base, Germany, lay a brick border as part of the "Hearts for Elim" medical missions trip that provided medical help as well as extended love and hope to the Elim Christian Center in Lwowek Slaski, Poland. The landscaping team cleared the area, planted trees and flowers, laid the ground covering, cemented in the border and added rock to beautify the yard areas around the Betel Church in town. Money that was donated went toward the purchase of all the supplies and materials. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo/Released)

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