BVS Unit 292 worked at a Habitat for Humanity site as part of their orientation and training. Photo by Sue Myers.
The volunteers who completed orientation in Brethren Volunteer Service (BVS) Unit 292 have begun work at their new projects.
Following are the volunteers’ names, congregations or home towns, and BVS placements:
- Rebekah Blazer of Garden Prairie, Ill., to Hadley Day Care Center in Hutchinson, Kan.
- Markus Hayrapetyan of Syke, Germany, to Abode Services in Fremont, Calif.
- Julie Henninger of Mt. Holly Springs, Pa., to the Family Abuse Center in Waco, Texas
- Nico Holz of Hamburg, Germany, to the Center on Conscience and War in Washington, D.C.
- Jonas Kremer of Koblenz, Germany, to Su Casa Catholic Worker in Chicago, Ill.
- Samantha Lyon-Hill of Sylvania, Ohio, to the Abrasevic Youth Cultural Center in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina
- Jessi Marsiglio of Imperial Heights Church of the Brethren in Los Angeles, Calif., to Meeting Ground in Elkton, Md.
- Sue Myers of York, Pa., to CooperRiis in Mill Spring, N.C.
- Joe Pitocco of Long Beach, Calif., to L’Arche Kilkenny in Kilmoganny, County Kilkenny, Ireland
- Susan Pracht of Johnston, R.I., to Gould Farm and then Church and Peace in Schoffengrund-Laufdord, Germany
- Kevin Siedsma of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to San Antonio (Texas) Catholic Worker House
- Rachel Sprague of Hartville Church of the Brethren in Alliance, Ohio, to Camp Courageous in Monticello, Iowa
- Hilary Teply of Lancaster, Pa., to Abode Services in Fremont, Calif.
For more about BVS see www.brethren.org/site/PageServer?pagename=BVS.
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