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July 30, 2012 5:51 PM

UK athletes changing lives, including their own, on foreign service trips

University of Kentucky athletes who have traveled to Ethiopia the past two summers have found the experience to be life-changing — for themselves and those they're helping. The service trips, which started as a leadership exercise for football players, have expanded to include other athletes.

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