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Volunteers help Native Americans
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Twelve volunteers recently took a 16-foot trailer loaded with supplies across the country to make needed repairs and additions to buildings on Wind River Reservation in Wyoming. The reservation serves the Arapaho and Shosone Indians.The volunteers were with Native American Missions, a nonprofit, volunteer missions organization founded by Centertown United Methodist Church. Harold Seals is missions coordinator.“We have a hard time ministering to Native Americans because they look at what our forefathers did to their forefathers,” said Seals.