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VIDEO: A look back at Carson-Newman’s spring SPOTS mission trip to Guatemala

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Here is a look back at Carson-Newman’s spring SPOTS mission trip to Guatemala.  In March, students and members of the Carson-Newman community volunteered to serve others during their Spring Break.  Now students are preparing to serve again in October, traveling to Atlanta, Georgia, and Roanoke, Virgina, to minister to those in need during Fall Break.

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