Advisory: Local student returns from Costa Rica, available for interview

By Pam Barrett
January 7, 2005

Thirty-seven Wake Forest University students traveled on three overseas trips to volunteer among the poor during their winter break. A resident of your area, who traveled with the Wake Forest Catholic Campus Ministry to Alejuelita, Costa Rica, will return Jan. 10. The student will be available for a telephone interview following the group's return to Wake Forest.

While in Costa Rica, the students worked with Nicaraguan refugees, helped paint a school and volunteered with children's programs.

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To arrange an interview, contact Pam Barrett in the Wake Forest News Service at 336-758-5237.

John Michael Barratta Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Nicholas Dellaripa Wethersfield, Conn.
Sean Dolan Madison, N.J.
Andrew Durkin Yonkers, N.Y.
Annie Lausier Durham, N.C.
Katie Mader Marietta, Ga.
Laurie McComas Wilmington, N.C.
Kaitlyn Ranney Marietta, Ga.
Guillermo Rivell Augusta, Ga.
Allison Scanlan Media, Penn.
Elisabeth Sheridan Syracuse, N.Y.
Francesca Winkler Hendersonville, Tenn.

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