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AFSOUTH volunteers partner with non-profit organization to refurbish community center

Volunteers from the U.S. Forward Operating Location and Fundashon Sentro di Dama or SEDA volunteers paint the exterior of a community center Dec. 9, 2014. SEDA, a non-profit organization, supports women, children and teens in crisis through a variety of outreach projects. The USFOL volunteers partnered with SEDA to refurbish the community center and revive the landscape. Engagements such as these demonstrate the USFOL team’s eagerness for community involvement and their appreciation for the hospitality they receive from the citizens of Curacao. (Courtesy Photo)

Volunteers from the U.S. Forward Operating Location and Fundashon Sentro di Dama or SEDA volunteers paint the exterior of a community center Dec. 9, 2014. SEDA, a non-profit organization, supports women, children and teens in crisis through a variety of outreach projects. The USFOL volunteers partnered with SEDA to refurbish the community center and revive the landscape. Engagements such as these demonstrate the USFOL team’s eagerness for community involvement and their appreciation for the hospitality they receive from the citizens of Curacao. (Courtesy Photo)

U.S. Forward Operating Location and Fundashon Sentro di Dama or SEDA volunteers clean the yard of a community center Dec. 9, 2014. SEDA, a non-profit organization, supports women, children and teens in crisis through a variety of outreach projects. The USFOL volunteers partnered with SEDA to refurbish the community center and revive the landscape. Engagements such as these demonstrate the USFOL team’s eagerness for community involvement and their appreciation for the hospitality they receive from the citizens of Curacao. (Courtesy Photo)

U.S. Forward Operating Location and Fundashon Sentro di Dama or SEDA volunteers clean the yard of a community center Dec. 9, 2014. SEDA, a non-profit organization, supports women, children and teens in crisis through a variety of outreach projects. The USFOL volunteers partnered with SEDA to refurbish the community center and revive the landscape. Engagements such as these demonstrate the USFOL team’s eagerness for community involvement and their appreciation for the hospitality they receive from the citizens of Curacao. (Courtesy Photo)

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