Roving Reporter | "Wings Rescue Center Helped By Gap Year Students" by Jeanette Larson

A group of young people from His Hill Bible School in Comfort, TX spent the day helping Wings Rescue Center with some of the hard work needed in rebuilding. The students cleared some land by hand where additional bird pens will be built. They also cleaned small bird pens and added perches and netting. After their work, they enjoyed a hot dog lunch provided by Wings volunteers.

The group of about 70 students is in Rockport this week helping with a variety of projects as part of their "gap year" mission trip. In addition to helping Wings Rescue Center, other members of the group worked with Rockport Hands of Hope to build handicapped ramps and helped the Aransas County Transfer Station load old tires onto semi-trailers to be removed. (Photos courtesy of Wings Rescue Center)

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