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Missionary zone service project helps Haiti

BRISTOW, Va.

Twenty-two Mormon missionaries from the Washington D.C. South mission

recently helped in a service project to benefit victims of the earthquake

in Haiti.

LDS missionaries gathered Feb. 18 at two different sites in Bristow, Va., about 30 miles west of Washington, D.C., on a

sunny but chilly afternoon to help sort, pack and load boxes that Medical

Missionaries would be sending to Haiti.

The non-denominational humanitarian organization, Medical Missionaries,

has had an ongoing relief effort in the country for 12 years, said Dr.

Gilbert R. Irwin, the Manassas, Va., physician who founded the charity. But

the need has increased since the devastating earthquake hit Jan. 12.

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This story is provided by the LDS Church News, an official publication of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is produced weekly by the Deseret News.