Asbury Students Help Hurricane Isaac Victims

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Updated: 9/09/2012 11:50 pm
        Thirteen students from Asbury University spent last weekend in New Orleans helping flood victims from from Hurricane Isaac.

        The students went down as part of a ministry started by an Asbury alum in Michigan.

        The students went around to towns in the suburbs of New Orleans passing out cleaning supplies, toiletries and food to those who's homes were flooded.

        The students say they were amazed at how selfless the people were, often helping their neighbors while their own homes were still flooded.

        Those that made the trip says when they came back they had a better appreciation for what they had.

        
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