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July

Mission Team In Action

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Mission team at a barbecue after the liturgy at St. George in Albuquerque. Ann Salvador our leader is in the center with Fr. Conan and Fr. Andrew.

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Preparing chicken for dinner on our first day.

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A Selfy taken by Fr. Andrew of the team members sorting French Fries to be given out at the Food pantry.

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Tour of the facility. This pantry is privately run the food is all donated. It is open to anyone who is in need mostly Navajo.

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Vegetables being grown for distribution.

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This took place after dinner. We were introduced to Navajo culture and problems on the reservation.

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Mission team delivering water to the Navajo hogins. A number of families do not have a well. Fresh drinking water must be delivered monthly.

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Serving food and playing bingo with Navajo elders. Gifts of food and laundry items were given out by the team.

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After dinner games were played each day. Volleyball. Basketball and other activities. This game involved dipping donuts into a bowl of chocolate and feeding it while blindfolded.

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The water is stored in tanks until the delivery next month. It is used for drinking, cooking and for the animals.

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The children are screened for vision, and any childhood diseases. Several team members are doctors and nurses.

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Many Navajo hogans (homes) do not have electricity. The construction team is mounting solar panels to provide 12 volt lighting.

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Another construction team is mounting drywall inside a new Hogan. These hogan's are being constructed for people who lost their homes though a fire.

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Model of a new Hogan.

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Model of a new Hogan.

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St. Luke mission team at the top of Pyramid rock. A 1.5 mile 1000 foot climb. Fr. Andrew was given the honor of King of the mountain for making it.

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