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Buy home-grown vegetables to support Kajo Keji

Mt. Pocono -- Area residents can help people of war-ravaged Africa by buying home-grown vegetables at Trinity Church in Mount Pocono. Since July, Cindy Hill and Alvin Ziegler have been selling surplus vegetables from their garden and donating the money to help rebuild the county of Kajo Keji in South Sudan. "I've never been to Africa," said Hill. "Our bishop, Paul Marshall, visited Kajo Keji and I saw a slide show of his trip. It really underlined the hardships that people there have endured. My garden went out of control this summer so I decided to sell the surplus for Kajo Keji." Since July, Hill and Ziegler have given the Trinity Church secretary nearly $600.

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