Annual BRF unit of Brethren Volunteer Service begins a year of service




BRF BVS Unit 306: (from left) orientation leaders Peggy and Walter Heisey, Emily Bollinger, Beverly Godfrey, Zach Nolt, Monika Nolt holding Jaden Nolt, and Elizabeth Myers.
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BRF BVS Unit 306: (from left) orientation leaders Peggy and Walter Heisey, Emily Bollinger, Beverly Godfrey, Zach Nolt, Monika Nolt holding Jaden Nolt, and Elizabeth Myers.

The annual Brethren Revival Fellowship unit of Brethren Volunteer Service (BVS) has completed orientation and begun a year of volunteer service. All of the members of the unit are serving at the same project site, the Root Cellar in Lewiston, Maine, where one volunteer also will do work connected with the neighborhood around Horton Street House.

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The new volunteers, their home congregations, and hometowns:

Emily Bollinger is a member of Cocalico Church of the Brethren in Denver, Pa., and is from Reinholds, Pa.

Beverly Godfrey is a member of Pleasant Hill Church of the Brethren in Spring Grove, Pa., from Seven Valleys, Pa.

Elizabeth Myers is a member of Brunswick (Maine) Church of the Brethren and is from Brunswick.

Zach and Monika Nolt and their son Jaden of White Oak Church of the Brethren in Manheim, Pa., are from Annville, Pa.

Peggy and Walter Heisey served as orientation leaders.

For more about Brethren Volunteer Service go to www.brethren.org/bvs .

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