3MT Lifechangers finish work in area

The house above on High Street was a project site for 3MT workers last week, who gave the property a complete paint job, changing the color of the house from yellow to white.

The house above on High Street was a project site for 3MT workers last week, who gave the property a complete paint job, changing the color of the house from yellow to white. Photo by April Arnett.

After a week-long stay, the Mid-Missouri Mission Team (a.k.a. the 3MT Lifechangers) finished volunteer work consisting of painting and repairing area homes of those in need in California and surrounding towns Friday, July 22.

The group of approximately 250 missionaries, primarily consisting of teens and some adult leaders, braved temperatures of up to 100 degrees throughout the week July 16-23 to complete volunteer work at job sites in California, and surrounding areas including Jefferson City, McGirk, Clarksburg, Latham, Tipton, Versailles, Otterville and Fortuna.

Area host churches coordinated the job sites for the work crews and provided supplies such as ladders, as well as lunch for the volunteers.

For more of this story check out the July 27 issue of the California Democrat.

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