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WorkCamp 2019

The Catholic Charities mobile response center helps residents find additional resources. ASHLEIGH KASSOCK | FOR THE CATHOLIC HERALD
Residents and workcamp crews sing Amazing Grace arm in arm with each other during the last day of WorkCamp at King George High School June 28. ASHLEIGH KASSOCK | FOR THE CATHOLIC HERALD
Camper Athena White, from St. Jude Church in Fredericksburg, shared how she did not want to come to WorkCamp before but was very thankful she did during the program June 28. ASHLEIGH KASSOCK | FOR THE CATHOLIC HERALD
Deborah Ross thanks her WorkCamp crew for fixing her door frame and back deck with her son Pierson during resident testimonials King George High School June 28. ASHLEIGH KASSOCK | FOR THE CATHOLIC HERALD
Catherine Hassinger, Director or Community Services for Catholic Charities' mobile response center, (at right) hands a bag of household items to Betty Baylor, one of the residents attending the WorkCamp thank lunch at King George High School June 28. ASHLEIGH KASSOCK | FOR THE CATHOLIC HERALD
A religious sister chats with WorkCamp participants June 28. ASHLEIGH KASSOCK | FOR THE CATHOLIC HERALD
Chris and Christy Lumley, right, pose for a picture with their granddaughters, Lyla Zacharias,1, and Lilly 5, and their WorkCamp Crew during the resident thank you lunch on the last day of WorkCamp at King George High School June 28.  ASHLEIGH KASSOCK | FOR THE CATHOLIC HERALD
The Catholic Charities mobile response center helps residents find additional resources. ASHLEIGH KASSOCK | FOR THE CATHOLIC HERALD
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