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Chesapeake in the News

Recently, various people from our Chesapeake Conference family were highlighted and recognized in local media.

Pictured (left to right): Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford, Amanda Rodriguez, Secretary of State of Maryland John Wobensmith, and GOCCP Executive Director Glenn Fueston

Spencerville Church member, Amanda Rodriguez, was recognized during Baltimore County Day, February 12, for her work as an expert in the field of human trafficking.

Amanda serves as the Chief Program Officer at TurnAround, Inc., where she oversees the anti-trafficking unit and assists in the administration of the agency. Amanda is also a member of the Maryland Human Trafficking Task Force.

We pray that God will continue to use her to be an advocate for those who have no voice.

Purity Nyanaro is an 11th grade Hagerstown Church youth and a member of her high school track team. She was recently featured for her community outreach. -Photo: Herald-Mail Media/Sherry Greenfield
Purity Nyanaro, a seventeen-year-old Hagerstown Adventist Church youth was featured in the local news media for her acts of service in her community. The article mentions Purity's faith and church involvement while sharing the story of her character and giving spirit.Read Purity's story in local media by clicking here.
Reagan McCain, a freshman at Highland View Academy, serves food inspired by the Philippines. Her booth was one of 17 offering cuisine Sunday at the school's International Food Fair. -Photo: Herald-Mail Media/Dave McMillion
On Sunday, February 11, Highland View Academy held an International Food Fair that drew hundreds from the community. This 30+ year annual tradition caught the attention of local media, and the published article covering the event includes a story of a student who became vegan after learning about diet in a Bible class at the school.Read the local coverage of the International Food Fair by clicking here.
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