Huntsville Teens Make a Difference in Ecuador

By: KBTX Email
By: KBTX Email

Two Huntsville teens have been chosen to make a difference this summer in Ecuador. Huntsville High School students, Synneve Williams and and Lexie Prier will be traveling to Cuenca in Ecuador to renovate an orphanage in July.

This trip is part of the Humanitarian Experience for Youth, run by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Williams and Prier will spend 3 weeks being a part of the program which they heard about through their church.

Williams says, "We're both really excited to get down there and serve."


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