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The community of farm worker families not far from Indio has had to endure rundown trailers, a haphazard electrical system, dirty tap water, untreated sewage ponds and other hazardous conditions. Now with help from the government, a new mobile home park recently opened to house the residents. Our students are blessed to have what they need-love, food, shelter and a good school. They need to witness what real-life experiences others go through. This is one way to appreciate what God has given them and to acknowledge how important it is to give to others.