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Pictured above (front row, left to right) are juniors Isabelle Cox, Tova Ajayi, Alisha Chandra, Oona Cruikshank, and chaperone Donna Marie Siegel ’14;  (middle row, left to right) chaperone Keelah Jackson, and juniors Meghan Royal and Grace Simmons; (back row, left to right) chaperones Sergeant Wise ’14, Joli Anderson, and Takisha Haynie.

Six student leaders in Baylor’s Community Service program were selected to travel to Kingston, Jamaica March 19-25, where they worked in an early childhood center and the community of Ferry.  An important component of the Jamaica Trip are the orange duffel bags, which are loaded with school supplies and transported to Kingston for children who live in Ferry. 

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They were accompanied by Takisha Haynie, community Service director; Keelah Jackson, assistant director, Joli Anderson, who remains involved with the program on an as-needed basis, Donna Marie Siegel ’14, Baylor's multimedia communications specialist who will be documenting the trip, and Sergeant Wise ’14, who will be helping with the playground construction project at Ferry Basic School.