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Misericordia students travel to Peru for service work


February 16. 2013 7:41PM


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Misericordia University students participated in a nine-day international service trip to Lima and Chimbote, Peru, during the summer. Participants were Zeena Bacchus, Lancaster; Alina Busch, Waldorf, Md.; Donna Castelblanco, Edison, N.J.; Natalie Dewitt, Lewes, Del.; Jenny Gopurathingal, Delhi, N.Y.; Alanna Holmgren, Valhalla, N.Y.; Shannon Kowalski, Glen Lyon; Megan Lage, Morristown, N.J.; Kiersten Whitaker, Plainfield, N.J.; and Samantha Panuski, Pittston Township. Kathy Gelso, assistant professor of nursing, was the chaperone. The trip was organized through the Religious Sisters of Mercy of Central and South Americas. Painting a chapel door, from left, are Panuski, Whitaker, Holmgren and Gopurathingal.




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