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The following photos highlight this year's Mission trip to Honduras. May 14-22, 2005 

To read more about this trip: Honduras Story

This is the Monges family's current living quarters. 














The new home starts to take shape after three days of work. 













Children were always ready and willing to help.













Most fathers are absent in rural Honduras.













Arabeli & Rosita Monges,  CSM will be sponsoring these sisters.












Julia Dykes with Lucito & a pet.
















Maria Marson (Jr - Nursing student) hugging one of her patients













Erin Simonds, (Sr. nursing student) with a future doctor.












Cristina Valasquez & Jim Jones prepare for a clinic at Naranjal (Orange Grove)













Local Residents in Naranjal wait outside the school, set up for a clinic by Brigada de Salud













Lisa Pattell-Heidt, Nancy Crigger, seeing a patient













Beach-front housing near Porvenir













Julia Dykes (Soph) holding Alexa, and friend Isis.













John O'Keefe, (Soph)  The master at mixing mortar. Spanish - Mezkla













Megan McCoy, (Sr. English major)  building a home, one brick at a time.













Lindsey Malone teaching a Basic Health & First Aid Class to women in the village of San Juan Pueblo














Josh Payne, working with Arabeli Monges, to fill the cracks and put up the walls.













Mark Buhlig, (Class of `94) learns how to finish an interior wall.













Jada, Student leader of an inter-denominational Christian Student group (GEUSI) at Unah Curla University in La Ceiba













GEUSI - Student Group hanging out at their version of "The Cage" & Missionary, Steve Deardurff  (Yellow Shirt)













Jeff Buscher (Campus Minister `81) and the Monges family in front of their nearly completed new home. 















Finally a day off... Floating the Rio Cangrjal near La Ceiba  (Jungle River)













Josh Payne prepares for a Zip-Line ride through the canopy of a lush rain forest in Pico Bonito National Park.













While monkeys howled around us, we cruised through the Rain Forest via Zip-Line. 













Saying goodbye was difficult, but we'll be back again next year!










The roof goes on the Monges home !


If you are interested in contributing or being a part of this year's trip... Contact Jeff Buscher for details.   (816) 415-7560



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