Bunks Across America build day


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The Dock Ministry ended the school year on a high note serving the most students at our Refuel Station on the last Tuesday. Students enjoyed food hot of the grill, basketball, outdoor games, Bible memory station, outdoor games, and interacting with volunteers. We have established a faithful group of retirees to staff our Refuel Station each week, which they seem to enjoy and have taken ownership over.

Our first ever Bunks Across America build day was held June 12 and was a huge success. Over 20 volunteers showed up to build 12 complete beds. We learned a lot and look forward to continuing to work together to provide beds for children in our community.

This summer, our web design and loop coding classes are already full! The first week begins June 28-July 2 and the second runs July 12-16. We are excited to meet these students!

Submitted by The Dock Ministry
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