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Check out CNN to read about Westmont College Spring Break Ministry in Mexico called Potter’s Clay.  This yearly trip started when I was a Westmont Student in the 70’s (ouch) and this year two of my sons went down.  Caleb headed up the sports team and Levi was heading up the transportation team.  Now we have a houseful of people as many of the leadership team is crashing in Nuevo to recover before heading back to Santa Barbara.  Check out the video and print stories that CNN did on travel to Mexico where Westmont students were highlighted.

Cudos to college students who brave the warnings to head down to Mexico to serve others while the traditional “spring break” crowd stayed home out of fear.  Proud of my kids….

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