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Have bottles, will travel

Have bottles, will travel Mason Elvedahl, a recent Belmont graduate, spent the last year gathering bottles to save for a volunteer trip to Ghana, West Africa. He heads off in January for a five-month trip to teach English and other subjects in a small village. The community came through, helping him raise $2,000 to cover the cost of flight and medical insurance. - Submitted
Have bottles, will travel Mason Elvedahl, a recent Belmont graduate, spent the last year gathering bottles to save for a volunteer trip to Ghana, West Africa. He heads off in January for a five-month trip to teach English and other subjects in a small village. The community came through, helping him raise $2,000 to cover the cost of flight and medical insurance.
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Mason Elvedahl, a recent Belmont graduate, spent the last year gathering bottles to save for a volunteer trip to Ghana, West Africa. He heads off in January for a five-month trip to teach English and other subjects in a small village. The community came through, helping him raise $2,000 to cover the cost of flight and medical insurance.

 

 

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