New Market church sends corn to Haiti

St. Nicholas Parish in New Market is working to help residents of Haiti, where summer hurricanes have devastated an already impoverished population.

Farmers from the parish recently sent 10 tons of corn to Haiti, to be used to feed people in the slum areas of Cite Soleil, a suburb of Port au Prince, to schools and orphanages in Haiti and to any other areas where the bishop of Port au Prince sees a need. Leander Wagner and Tim Chlan from St. Nicholas Parish loaded the truck with help from the cooperative.

The corn was loaded onto a semi-trailer Thursday, Oct.

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