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Virtual 5K Provides Unique Connection Experience for Haiti-based Outreach

Second Mile Haiti founders Jenn Schenk and Amy Syres know a thing or two about endurance running. A decade into operating an outreach that includes lifesaving interventions for critically undernourished children and their mothers, the duo has had to outrun challenges that have sent others packing for home. Hurricanes, earthquakes, and shortages of just about everything are a way of life in Haiti. Staying a step ahead of those challenges with creative problem-solving is part of what keeps Second Mile Haiti thriving. So, when political instability and threats of violence kept most North American visitors away from Haiti this past summer, Jenn and Amy knew they’d have to get creative to keep the organization’s work top-of-mind with its supporters.

“We’re not receiving visitors like before, and we miss showing people from around the world what it’s like to be on a Second Mile campus,” the organization said in a recent email to supporters. “We aren’t able to walk the illuminated streets at nightfall with you, or to enjoy the tastes, sounds, and smells that make this place so special,” the email said.

During the weekend of November 3rd, runners (or really anyone!) can participate in the 5K from their own neighborhoods or local parks. The goal is to put on the Second Mile Haiti shirt and start some conversations. Everyone who signs up for the virtual run will get special delivery instructions for a podcast called “In Her Shoes.” The story follows a woman they treated who discovered she was pregnant and turned to Second Mile Haiti’s Maternity Center. For anyone who wants to know more about the 3,000 women a year served by the Center, the podcast is a great way to follow along through one woman’s remarkable story.

Amy said she hopes that the 5K will put a smile on people’s faces as they listen to stories of life change happening at Second Mile Haiti, despite the turbulent circumstances outside their walls.

Second Mile Haiti isn’t about just a quick handout. They want to change lives.

“We believe in giving people the tools to support themselves, rather than depending on handouts or temporary assistance,” their website says. “Our program requires committed participation from the caregiver in exchange for comprehensive medical treatment of her child. This gives her the opportunity to change her own destiny and that of her family.”

Registration for the virtual 5K is available online here. You can learn more about the work of Second Mile Haiti on their website.

Send a Taste of Home to a Missionary Family!

Agape Flights Missionary Thanksgiving Dinner Project is Underway

Every year or as long as anyone can remember since the 1980s, a planeload of frozen turkeys has departed southwest Florida for the mission field shortly before Thanksgiving Day. Laden with dozens of the frozen fowl, this special flight has also been stuffed with stuffing, crammed with cranberry sauce, and filled with pie filling.

This trip is an annual flight of passage, a very important way the Agape Flights family of staff, volunteers, business partners, and donors bless the scores of missionary families who will spend this Thanksgiving Day in the mission field.

But we need your help to make it happen!

For your contribution of just $80, we’ll deliver a complete Thanksgiving meal, with turkey and all the trimmings, to a missionary family in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, or the Bahamas. You can donate $80 for one meal, give in $80 increments to send multiple meals, or simply send any amount you’d like to help us shop for turkeys, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, stuffing, pumpkin pies, and whipped cream.

Special thanks to our Thanksgiving flight sponsor, Regulator Marine. Thanks, also, to the students at Venice Christian School for decorating the special boxes we use to pack this special cargo!

Last year, you generously contributed more than the total costs for our entire Thanksgiving project. If we receive more than the program costs this year, we’ll designate the excess to an upcoming facilities project that will help us serve missionaries well into the future.

Check out these photos from recent missionary Thanksgiving gatherings:

Thank you for helping deliver JOY in a box to 174
missionary families this Thanksgiving!


With special “thanks” to:
• A multitude of donors who fully funded this year’s $30,000 Missionary Thanksgiving Program.
• Our 2021 Thanksgiving flight sponsor, Regulator Marine, Inc.
• Agape’s volunteers who assist with the Thanksgiving Project
• Students from Venice Christian School for decorating the boxes.

“We highly appreciate being part of this selfless group of people totally motivated to serve! The Master of the vineyard takes great pride in all your efforts and sacrifices to be His ambassadors to the needy, especially in times like this.” – Paul Touloute, Haiti

“It’s always a highlight for us to invite some Dominican young people over and share this experience with them.” – Kayla Wahl, Dominican Republic 

“We are so thankful for you all and the generous donors back home that will make this Thanksgiving special.  We thank God for you all and all you do for us all year.  Thanks again!” –Ed Zogg, Dominican Republic

“Thanks so much to everyone! This really makes the holiday season special for all of us!” – Britt Timothé, Haiti

“What a fun time it is each year for our family to open our Thanksgiving box of food! Such a gift! Thank you guys!” –April Starkey, Haiti

🦃 HAPPY THANKSGIVING 🦃 We had the privilege of hosting some of the Project Mañana International family today!A special thanks to Agape Flights for providing amazing Thanksgiving food!!!

Brian Berman, Project Mañana International

Thanks to Agape Flights, we were able to enjoy a 🦃 with all the fixings for our Thanksgiving here at HSMS. As we all miss this holiday with our families in the States, these little things are a real blessing.

Dear Agape,
We are so thankful for your support and ministry to our family! A heartfelt
thanks to you and the donors who made it possible for us to have a wonderful
Thanksgiving meal here in the Dominican Republic! Thanks to the donors who
provided a generous cash offering, we were able to share a beautiful dinner and
time of giving thanks with two fellow missionary couples from Haiti and Puerto
Rico! We are so blessed and have much to thank God for!
God bless you for ALL you do to minister to missionaries! Much love and
appreciation,
Steve & Kari Shirley – Dominican Republic

Dear Friends and Service Partners at Agape Flights,

Once again we want to express our gratitude and appreciation for the wonderful provision with your Thanksgiving meal.  We just got back in time from Germany to enjoy the fellowship with all the missionaries and friends here in Cité Lumière. It was a great time of fellowship and encouragement as we shared the delicious food and reflections of God’s protection and presence in these difficult times.  A special thanks to Palma Sola and Westminster Presb. Church who packed the boxe with such care and loving hands.  Our personal turkey will feature the main dish at our traditional ‘German get-together’ on Christmas Eve.

Thank you also for praying as we endeavor to help with the long-term effects of the earthquake.

May your Christmas Season lift your hearts in thanksgiving and praise to our wonderful Savior and bless your endeavors in service to Him throughout the coming year!

Gratefully yours, Johannes and Luise

Pastor Lamartine and I want to thank you for the delicious Thanksgiving dinner foods you supplied for us and our guests.

This year Thanksgiving had a different feeling for me, Patricia, personally as I found out at least one of my mother’s relatives came on The Mayflower. I am not sure if the relative survived to celebrate the first Thanksgiving feast.

With much appreciation, 

Patricia and Pastor Lamartine Liberus 

Thank you all for everything that you sent for Thanksgiving this year. Our staff look forward to this celebration all year long. We always take time to share what we are thankful for and play lots of fun games. Good times had by all.

Enjoy some pictures and HAPPY THANKSGIVING from our Haiti family to yours.

In God’s grace and unending love,

The Germeil Family

This has been one of the best things ever. We are celebrating together today and remembering our families back in the states. Thank you, agape flights, for making this so much fun and food filled! – Seth Johnson in Haiti.

Wishing you all a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving. Thank you so much for the kindness and hard work organizing and preparing the turkeys and boxes of fixings. Because of this annual tradition started by the Agape Flights founders Keith & Clara Starkey and continued to this day, we have the blessing of being able to celebrate this special feast. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

Bishop Allan Randall & Rev Anita Chabot-Stahls, Port-au-Prince

Hey glory!  Just wanted to say a big THANK YOU to the Agape Staff for their part in sending us our Thanksgiving meal!  Also wanted to thank the students at Venice Christian School  for making the boxes so festive…good job!  To all you Agape donors who have never met us…a special thanks to you for your kindness, consideration and spirit of love to invest in blessing people you  have never met.

Thanks again and God bless you all,

Pastor Dave & Ceres

Jeremie, Haiti

Posted at 9:09 PM, Aug 16, 2021 and last updated 8:40 AM, Aug 17, 2021
 

VENICE, Fla. — Nearly 1,300 people are dead and thousands are injured in the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit Southwestern Haiti on Saturday.

“It was incredibly scary,” said Sarah Charles with Jeremie Christian Mission.

Missionaries in Jeremie, Haiti, which is about 50 miles from the epicenter of Saturday’s quake, say their city is devastated.

“Anywhere from 30-40 percent of our town has been destroyed,” said Mark Stockeland, with Haiti Bible Mission.

Workers at Haiti Bible Mission say many of the buildings in Jeremie are now rubble and supplies are limited.

Stockeland says most cities only have one road leading in and the roads are damaged or blocked by falling rock.

“There are not enough supplies in Haiti for the amount of need,” said Charles.

That’s where Agape Flights in Venice comes in. They’ve been flying supplies to missionaries in Haiti for decades.

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Right now, Agape is collecting medical supplies like triage kits and aspirin, as well as tents and protein bars.

RELATED: Agape Flights brings urgent supplies to Haiti following devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake

They have already dropped supplies off in Haiti on Sunday and plan to make many more relief trips.

“It is an opportunity for us who have the funds to donate and for those of us who have the ability to be God’s hands and feet to show that love,” said Stockeland.

Missionaries say Haiti is also in desperate need of medical specialists to volunteer to help the injured.

For information about, or how to help Jeremie Christian Mission go to: jcminhaiti.org.

For information about, or how to help Haiti Bible Mission go to: www.haitibiblemission.org.

For information about, or how to help Agape Flights go to: www.agapeflights.com.

 

Agape Flights + Hope Fleet
Teaming together to benefit Ebenezer Baptist Church and the community of Sweetings Cay, Grand Bahama

June 9, 2021: Sweetings Cay is located just off the eastern coast of Grand Bahama and accessible only by boat. Most of the houses on Sweetings Cay were completely destroyed in the 2019 Hurricane Dorian. During the storm, residents evacuated their homes and ran for cover to Ebenezer Baptist church. The church building and its adjoined mission house were among the few structures to remain standing on the island. However, as homes are currently being rebuilt, the church hasn’t received any aid as of yet to complete its repairs. Damaged areas for the sanctuary include roofing, electrical systems, windows and doors. The mission/guest house was completely flooded and has been stripped away to reveal a shell in need of full interior and exterior renovation.

Through our collaboration and much prayer, Hope Fleet, a Christian nonprofit organization that utilizes sailboats to deliver supplies, services and hope to the Caribbean, and Agape Flights have joyfully joined hearts and hands, forming a partnership to bring hope to Sweetings Cay:  “Hope Flies & Hope Floats.”

We are so happy to share this exciting news because there is another partner in this effort.  It is you! 

That’s right, you!  When we go, we transport needed resources, opening the opportunity to share the unconditional love of Jesus Christ.  The impact upon the Caribbean for Christ is obvious when the Good News is shared!  Because you give, we go and God gets the Glory!

THANK YOU for giving!

THANK YOU for praying!

THANK YOU for being a partner in this vital ministry of service…

August Project Update

Project Beginning

With gratitude to our project partners:

Thank you for helping deliver JOY in a box to 192
missionary families this Thanksgiving!

With special “thanks” to:
• A multitude of donors who fully funded this year’s$30,000+ Missionary Thanksgiving Program.
• Our 2020 Thanksgiving flight sponsor, Regulator Marine, Inc.
• Agape’s volunteers who assist with the Thanksgiving Project
• Students from Sarasota Christian School and Venice Christian School for decorating the boxes.

Greetings! We are so humbled by your generous Thanksgiving gift to us. Thank you SO much…we can’t wait until Thursday.

So many thanks to Agape Flights for their box of Thankgiving blessings!  Everything we need for our thanksgiving dinner right here in Haiti. We feel so much love from the decorated box to the 40th anniversary mugs! Congratulations!!

Many blessings for serving us so well!!! – LaNae Meyer, Haiti

Dear Agape Friends,

Thank you, thank you, thank you for the amazing Thanksgiving blessing! Here’s a picture of the Berman and Dove families with our Dominican family of Project Mañana.

We all loved it!!!  Gracias

Brian Berman, Project Mañana International

To our bros & sisters in Christ Jesus through Agape Flights,

We are kind of new back in Haiti, at the Lord’s leading, after many years.  (We were linked up with Agape Flights back then as well. Emoji

We were blown away by your kindness to bless us with “tastes of home” this Thanksgiving!  We loved the turkey and all the fixin’s!  You thought of every detail, down to the cool whip and children decorating our boxes…Thank you with all our hearts for your thoughtfulness and your generosity.  Not being with our family as in years past was softened by your kindness to fly-in such wonderful gifts!

We enjoyed being with our Dear friend, Pasteur Pierre, whose family is up in the States at this time.  We will send you a couple of pictures.

Again, our warmest thanks! May God bless all of you one hundred-fold for this beautifully executed joint effort, from the shoppers to the pilots!  Merci beaucoup!

We also want to thank you for letting us celebrate Agape Flight’s 40 years of serving missionaries, by blessing us with the wonderful mugs and cake!  The mugs are my newest favorites!  Such a wonderful occasion to celebrate your strategic service to all of us in the Caribbean!  Hats off, and may the Lord reward you, as only He can!

With our love in Christ,

Bruce & Mary Melissa Vernon

This shot does not do the food justice but here we are enjoying our feast in Santiago. The GO Ministries staff is thankful for Agape!

– John Martinez, Dominican Republic

Friends at Agape Flights,

What a marvelous celebration we had!  After we ate, the kids read stories that they wrote from the perspective that they were their favorite Thanksgiving food.  The kids loved making the pie as well. 

Thank you so much for remembering us in this way and all the hard work that was involved.  We really appreciate your thoughtfulness and hope that you all had a great Thanksgiving as well.

Thank you!

Casey Zachary and family

Lori Moise

We would like to say a heartfelt thank you to you and all those who had a part in our Thanksgiving box! We really enjoyed receiving it! It’s so very encouraging to think about all the support behind that box. People we don’t know, may never meet, and yet we have a kindred spirit. Special thanks to Ellcie😊 for our beautifully decorated box! Thankful for all of you and may God bless you!

 Eric and Melanie Stoller, Torbek, Haiti 

Hello Everyone,

We from AEDCH would like to thank you sincerely for the wonderful turkey feast we enjoyed on Thanksgiving!  We’d also like to give a special thanks to the students from Venice Christian School for the awesome decorations.  So appreciated!

We wish you are a very blessed Advent season and a new year full of good tidings,

Judith D’Amico, MD, MPH
AEDCH

To our bros & sisters in Christ Jesus through Agape Flights,

We are kind of new back in Haiti, at the Lord’s leading, after many years.  (We were linked up with Agape Flights back then as well. Emoji

We were blown away by your kindness to bless us with “tastes of home” this Thanksgiving!  We loved the turkey and all the fixin’s!  You thought of every detail, down to the cool whip and children decorating our boxes…Thank you with all our hearts for your thoughtfulness and your generosity.  Not being with our family as in years past was softened by your kindness to fly-in such wonderful gifts!

We enjoyed being with our Dear friend, Pasteur Pierre, whose family is up in the States at this time.  We will send you a couple of pictures.

Again, our warmest thanks! May God bless all of you one hundred-fold for this beautifully executed joint effort, from the shoppers to the pilots!  Merci beaucoup!

We also want to thank you for letting us celebrate Agape Flight’s 40 years of serving missionaries, by blessing us with the wonderful mugs and cake!  The mugs are my newest favorites!  Such a wonderful occasion to celebrate your strategic service to all of us in the Caribbean!  Hats off, and may the Lord reward you, as only He can!

With our love in Christ,

Bruce & Mary Melissa Vernon

Greetings!

Our family would like to thank you for blessing us with the traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

We were able to be joined by our dominican family, who lives a couple of hours drive away. It was such a special time, especially since we had not been able to visit before this due to the virus.

Thank you again and may God richly bless you all! 

Mark & Stephanie Pyles  

We thank Agape so much for a beautiful dinner in The NW, at Bombardopolis!  The turkey was amazing, along with all the boxful of treats for us! A great time to share with our friends God’s blessings in the midst of the chaos!  Thanks so much to the schools that decorated our box too!  You all helped make our evening special!

Linda Blankenship, Haiti

Dear Friends,

I want to thank all of you who gave us the delicious Thanksgiving Dinner foods and the special bag to roast the turkey in!

Especially, I want to thank the artist who decorated the box! I greatly appreciated the Bible verse,  Joshua 1:9, which was written on the box.. Emoji

This year becaause of the extreme traffic jams, our guests were late so I kept the turkey roasting for almost 6 hours, inside the bag so the meat would not get cold. It was the best turkey I have ever made!!! Emoji9 people, and 3 dogs enjoyed the meal! Thank you so much!!!

Because of this year’s Covid 19 virus, getting together, and eating a special Thanksgiving meal was greatly appreciated!Emoji

With much love & appreciation,

Pastor Lamartine & Patricia Liberus

Thank you so much for all the donations of turkeys and food boxes that enabled us to gather for a Thanksgiving meal together in Les Cayes, Haiti today.  There were about 70 of us that gathered from across the southern part of Haiti.  Great food, great fellowship, and greatly blessed.  Thank you for being a blessing to all of us.

Tina Nunemaker, RMI, Haiti

Dear Agape,
A heartfelt thanks to you and the donors who made it possible for us to have a wonderful Thanksgiving meal here in the Dominican Republic! Thanks to the generous donors who sent the box full of fixings and money to purchase a turkey, we were able to have a beautiful dinner and time of celebration and giving thanks with another missionary family and a short-term missionary worker! God bless you for ALL you do to minister to missionaries!

Much love and appreciation,
Steve & Kari Shirley – Dominican Republic

Thank you so much for the Thanksgiving Dinner box!  This was our families first Thanksgiving deployed and it was such a blessing to be able to provide this for our children.  We had a fun dinner together and then shared with all our neighbors.  Thank you for blessing us more than you know.

-Matt, Anna, Aleah, and Blake Bryan

There are so many things we want to Thank you for.

Not only for the nice gift “Hug in the Mug”, which I did separately together with congratulation for the 40th Anniversary of Agape.

We received the Thanksgiving Meal last Thursday.
Year after year we receive it. You are so faithfully. We can not pay that back. It is only our Heavenly Father who can do that. May he bless you all so rich.

We have a lot of reason to celebrate Thanksgiving. Just on Thursday we arrived safely back in Haiti from Europe after a 3 month furlough. We did not catch Covid in Europe, we could spend plenty of time with family and friends, all of them are doing well.
No bad Storm hit Haiti, but we feel so sad especially for Nicaragua and Honduras and all the other countries included the US, who have been hidden so hard………. We will truly celebrate Thanksgiving, giving Glory and Honor to our Heavenly Father who kept us healthy through all the years in Haiti, has given us strength to facing all the difficulties who are coming across. Has given us the privilege of AGAPE, with all its STAFF and BOARD!………

Thank you also very much for the package with the items from the Donation List for our PT clinic in Port a Piment. It is always a big and wonderful help.

Have a blessed Sunday and a very special Thanksgiving next week.
Love
Reinhard and Ulrike Schaller

Greetings,

Just wanted to say Thank You for your extra generosity this year.  

As always, our box arrived with everything to celebrate a Traditional Thanksgiving Meal festively decorated. It always brings a smile to our hearts & faces. 

A special thanks this year for covering the custom fees as well. 

With Thanksgiving 

Ron & Terry Brian

Thanks for Giving, and giving, and giving🌴

So excited to receive God’s blessings through the many hands that brought us the Thanksgiving boxes/Turkeys again this year.  I’m always excited to see what is ON the boxes,

as well as the inside.  We Love, Love, Love all Agape and those who give of themselves to bless us…

Gracias mucho! ~ karen y bud simon: Serving in the Dominican Republic 🇩🇴 

Thank you Agape Flights for all you do! What a blessing to receive the donated Thanksgiving box of goodies and the mugs celebrating your 40 years in ministry! Without your ministry, it would be so hard to figure out so how to get many things that we need and have the things I need here for my health! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the work and love you’ve given to those of us on the mission field!

April Starkey, Haiti

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, Agape Flights!! Today we received this wonderful gift of a turkey and all the trimmings. And also 2 mugs to help us celebrate 40 years of Agape Flights. Thank you again and again! This year has been more difficult and challenging compared to many years before due to many circumstances, but God, but God !!

Els Vervloet, Haiti

THANK YOU Agape Flights!!! This is my FIRST Thanksgiving turkey in Haiti in the 23 years of working in Haiti! How fun to receive this special gift from some incredible donors! The 40th Anniversary mugs with mug cake mixes was a fun idea too!

Nora Leon, Haiti

We have great appreciation for our mail delivery service, Agape Flights, based in Venice, FL. We would be in dire straits without these wonderful volunteers bringing us necessary packages, parts, medicines, seed, machines, the list is absolutely unending. I cannot over-state the importance of this delivery service for our farm to survive. If you are looking for somewhere to donate in this upcoming Christmas Season, we recommend Agape Flights, serving missions all through the Caribbean with mail/package delivery service. They also volunteer for disaster relief, and were kept busy delivering emergency food to Nicaragua after it was directly hit by two consecutive hurricanes which demolished their food crops.

This month, Agape Flights celebrated 40 years of service, and we were treated to a piece of birthday cake to help them celebrate! And also, bless their hearts, each Thanksgiving, they deliver every missionary family all of the fixings for a Thanksgiving meal! We were so happy to receive our turkey, stuffing mix, pumpkin, cranberry sauce, corn bread mix, pie crust mix, spices, sweet potatoes, whipped cream, etc., along with handmade greetings from a child. It is absolutely love-in-a-box!! The young boy that decorated our box wrote: “Jesus is Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!” The exaggerated scrawl of a young child expressing the biggest word he could think of to describe Jesus just made me smile and smile and smile some more! Although we could not be with our family this Thanksgiving, we were thankful to enjoy a feast and fellowship with a big group (around 70 of us!) of wonderful friends down here.

Deborah Knobloch, Haiti

We sure appreciate the kindness of the donors for these meals. Putting them together and shipped here is an amazing blessing.

               God Bless you guys. We’re thankful for you.

               Rod, Deb and Katie Wray, Haiti

“Hello! Happy Thanksgiving!! We have so much to be grateful for, even this year in the midst of crazy & so much unknown & change—but our God never changes & is the same yesterday, today & for always. What a truth that is an anchor for our soul–what Hope He gives! Thank y’all so very much for the Thanksgiving box!! What a special treat–my kiddos were especially excited to see the marshmallows & I was Thrilled to get pumpkin spice & a can of pumpkin. Now I can make the pumpkin scones I’ve been craving. 🙂 We are grateful. Thank you for your services to all us missionaries! It means so very much!!”

With a grateful heart,

The Gorrill Family, Freedom International Ministries, Dominican Republic

Thank you so much for the wonderful spread that you gave us for Thanksgiving.  It was so great to have such a nice, touch of home here in Haiti for Thanksgiving.  We had a quiet Thanksgiving with just Tom, our friend, Gilli, who is working with us until December, and me.  However, we had a nice, delicious meal. and enjoyed each other’s company.  Thank you for making that possible.  

Blessings to all who made it possible!

Tom and Bev Brumbley, Haiti

Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for the amazing Thanksgiving dinner!!!! 

Love the Pierre family

By: Wendi LanePosted at 7:41 PM, Sep 05, 2019 and last updated 6:46 AM, Sep 06, 2019

VENICE, Fla. — People across the country are bringing donations to Agape Flights as they prepare for their first flight to bring relief efforts to the Bahamas.

On Thursday. a Virginia-based crisis relief team called “God’s Pit Crew” delivered a semi-truck trailer full of 1000 “Blessing Buckets.”

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In the buckets are things like toiletries, first-aid kits, food, water, towels, batteries, flashlights and Bibles.

God’s Pit Crew brings relief to devastating disasters around the world.

“Our model is to show them where God is in all of this,” said Randy Johnson, of God’s Pit Crew.

“It’s one of the commands that we have is to love God first and to love others,” said David McCutcheon, senior vice president of business integration for PGT.

PGT is a local company in Venice that makes hurricane resistant windows. They brought a truckload of supplies to donate including generators and chainsaws.

“We knew that Agape Flights would be one of the first to fly in and provide these much-needed supplies,” said McCutcheon.

Many other people are bringing in supplies as well. Zachary Watkins is volunteering to help collect donations.

He is on a 10-day leave from the air force and hasn’t been home to Venice in nearly two and a half years.

“I’ve rather give back than just stand by and wait,” said Watkins.

Agape Flights plans for their first relief trip to the Bahamas to be Friday. They expect dozens will likely follow in the next several weeks.

RIght now, they are in need of monetary donations to help pay for fuel. If you’d like to help, visit their website at www.agapeflights.com.Copyright 2019 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved.

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