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BUDDIES —€” Brandon Mecier walks with the children of Nueva Vida. Courtesy photo

MAKIGN FRIENDS —€” Alisha Mecier, center, hangs out with two Nicaraguan children from Nueva Vida during last year's trip. For the last four years Faithful Stewards, a non-profit started in 2006 by Alisha and her husband Brandon, has raised money to help people in the Nicaraguan village. Courtesy photo
BUDDIES —€” Brandon Mecier walks with the children of Nueva Vida. Courtesy photo
LUNCH TIME — More than 300 children from Nueva Vida are fed each day in the community's feeding center. Courtesy photo

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