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Haiti Mission Roadblock Fri. Sept. 30, 2011

By Rhonda Loy

Campbellsville University nursing student Makayla McCloud along with 3 other nursing students will be accompanied by Angie Atwood (CU Nursing Professor) to Port au Prince Haiti later this year to set up a medical clinic as well as take medical supplies. This roadblock is to help fund their mission.

Makayla is the daughter of Jennifer Bennett Richerson and Carson McCloud and the granddaughter of Jimmie and Brenda Bennett and Rene McCloud of Columbia and Kelley McCloud of Shepherdsville, KY. Roadblock will be held Friday September 30, 2011 from 4pm-6pmCT. We will be located in front of Car Wash on Campbellsville Street at the stop light and in front of Tractor Supply at the stop light at Hurt Street, and Jamestown Street. Thanks in advance from these hard-working students! --Rhonda Loy

This story was posted on 2011-09-28 20:34:35
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