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    Youth volunteers from World Changers ministries returned to Fresno and Clovis to help repair low-income homes as a way to learn more about the world they live in while being of service to communities in need.

Youth volunteers from World Changers ministries returned to Fresno and Clovis to help repair low-income homes as a way to learn more about the world they live in while being of service to communities in need. Eric Paul Zamora ezamora@fresnobee.com
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