HOME MAKE OVER
The Jonesville Baptist Church Youth Mission team is staying at home this year and are helping one family rebuild their house.
This youth group usually travels to destinations around the country including New Orleans but because of the economy and a tightened budget, the group decided to stay right here at home in Northcentral Florida.
Shirley Frazier cannot walk. She is a diabetic and had a kidney transplant. She says that its been very tough to raise her family with her condition.
"I have three girls and I tried to be in everything they were involved in to keep them out of trouble, I am a single parent," Ms. Frazier says.
Church leaders from the Jonesville Baptist Church chose to give Ms. Frazier some much needed help.
The group is doing prep work for the finishing touch. The supervisor says that it will help Ms. Frazier get through some of those colder nights. For more on this story please see video:
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