SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY—150 people from across our area, both young & old, are back at home, after spending several days in Nashville, Tennessee.
Their main mission was to help clean up debris from recent flooding in the state. They also worked at a food bank and helped with other small projects.
The group is called Lutheran Hands; members arrived home around 9:00 Saturday night. Their buses pulled into the parking lot at Susquehanna Township High School in Dauphin County. Those who went say it was a very fulfilling trip.
"You get sore, you get tired, but it's a good sore and tired because you know you're helping people and you know you're helping build a community back up again," says Lindsay Madara, who enjoyed doing her part to help those in need.
Lutheran Hands was started in 2008' the group goes on two misson trips every year.