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AFSOUTH volunteers revitalize Encilia Halfway House

Volunteers from the U.S. Forward Operating Location paint the exterior of the Encilia Halfway House during a visit Dec. 2, 2014. Eight volunteers from the USFOL spent three hours painting and cleaning the facility, which provides a safe, temporary environment for children in transition who are struggling with a variety of social and behavioral challenges. Volunteers also spent time interacting with Encilia children and staff. Activities such as these demonstrate the USFOL team’s eagerness for community involvement and their long standing appreciation for the hospitality they receive from the citizens of Curacao. (Courtesy Photo)

Volunteers from the U.S. Forward Operating Location paint the exterior of the Encilia Halfway House during a visit Dec. 2, 2014. Eight volunteers from the USFOL spent three hours painting and cleaning the facility, which provides a safe, temporary environment for children in transition who are struggling with a variety of social and behavioral challenges. Volunteers also spent time interacting with Encilia children and staff. Activities such as these demonstrate the USFOL team’s eagerness for community involvement and their long standing appreciation for the hospitality they receive from the citizens of Curacao. (Courtesy Photo)

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