The group from Lexington Christian Academy that spent spring break doing mission work in Ranquitte, Haiti, was comprised of, front row from left, Jessica Clarke, Katie Stucky, Brooke Tackett, Grace Ingram and Gracie Schafer; and, back row from left,  Brennan Johnson, Kevin Conforti, Kyle Price, Jack Stucky, Ryan Stucky, John Stucky and Jennifer Stucky.
The group from Lexington Christian Academy that spent spring break doing mission work in Ranquitte, Haiti, was comprised of, front row from left, Jessica Clarke, Katie Stucky, Brooke Tackett, Grace Ingram and Gracie Schafer; and, back row from left, Brennan Johnson, Kevin Conforti, Kyle Price, Jack Stucky, Ryan Stucky, John Stucky and Jennifer Stucky. Herald-Leader
The group from Lexington Christian Academy that spent spring break doing mission work in Ranquitte, Haiti, was comprised of, front row from left, Jessica Clarke, Katie Stucky, Brooke Tackett, Grace Ingram and Gracie Schafer; and, back row from left, Brennan Johnson, Kevin Conforti, Kyle Price, Jack Stucky, Ryan Stucky, John Stucky and Jennifer Stucky. Herald-Leader

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