EKU Football team travels to Haiti

For the third consecutive year, select members of the EKU football team took a service trip to Haiti recently to serve with the Hands and Feet Project in Jacmel. This year, 20 players along with head coach Dean Hood and assistant coaches Garry Fisher and Jake Johnson took a week out of their summer break to visit the quake-ravaged Caribbean nation. The Hands and Feet Project provides holistic, residential care for children in crisis by building and operating children’s villages with multiple family-style homes led by Haitian House Mothers. Participating players were Stanley Absanon, Jalen Allen, Jared Bowling, Zack Burgy-VanHoose, Jon Floyd, Vincent Green, Raynaldy Gustave, Robby Irgang, JJ Jude, Alex Klingel, Cameron Kowalewski, Tyler Malone, Taylor Miller, Marquise Piton, Avery Pitt, ShaQuille Prather, Kagen Skidmore, Tyler Swafford, Trey Thomas and Kamareé Walden. To read a full report of their trip, visit www.ekusports.com

EKU Football team in Haiti
EKU Football team trip to Haiti
EKU football player working in Haiti
EKU Football player working on trip in Haiti
EKU football players working in Haiti
EKU football team with locals in Haiti
EKU football players working in Haiti
EKU football players working in Haiti
EKU football player working in Haiti
EKU football player carrying bucket in Haiti
EKU football players in Haiti community with locals
EKU football players playing basketball in Haiti
EKU football players working in Haiti
EKU football players working in Haiti
EKU football players on mission trip in Haiti

Published on June 01, 2015

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