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|Site(s)||San Antonio de Belen|
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|John Rogers started in Dominican_Republic 1974|
|Agriculture in Dominican_Republic:|
|Chad Eppelheimer, Joe Hunnings, Kay Hunnings, Roger LaBrucherie, John Rogers, Lynn-Ann (Gruss) Steel|
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|Joseph Acaba, Laura Bayne Turner, Wendell Blubaum, Dianne Brause, Chris Dodd, Chad Eppelheimer, Chuck Fleischner, John Greenough, Jay Heath, Joe Hunnings, Kay Hunnings, Tom Johnson, Janice F. Jorgensen, Roger LaBrucherie, Shannon Micheel … further results|
|Projects in Dominican_Republic
|Build Your Dreams: Youth Entrepreneur Project, Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World), Celebrando el Sur Youth Conference, Ceramic Stove Project, Community Ambulance, Community Center, Community Library, Diversity and Leadership Youth Camp, Education: A New Hope for the Community, Environmental Mural and Education, Health Services and Health Education, Healthy Stoves, Latrine and Hygiene Education, Latrines, Library and Community Center, Primary School Library (Dominican Republic), Tidying up the Place, Youth Sports Camp|
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I was in training in San Antonio de Belen at a facility called BASICO in the spring and summer of 1974. My wife Kelly was with me. We were in a group that was involved primarily in Swine production and were in training for the Dominican Republic. We lived with a lady named Orphelia Hernandez and her 13 children. It was an interesting time in my life and some day I would love to make a return visit.