Youth and adults from St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Greenville were busy earlier this month, working on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation near Ashland, Montana as members of the Catholic Heart Work Camp.
Randy Alderman, adult group leader, said the local group was involved with improving the living conditions for the Indians. The work consisted mostly of home repair.
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The group also made some memorable stops on the trip home, including Devil’s Tower in Wyoming, Mt. Rushmore, and the Badlands of South Dakota where the group celebrated mass.
St. Lawrence has sent youths to the Catholic Heart Camp, in various parts of the United States, for the past 18 years.