Africa trip a life-changing experience, women say

Nov 16, 2013 Full story: Charleston Gazette

For Carol Salisbury, a recent trip to Africa was a life-changing experience. Salisbury, of South Charleston, was one of six West Virginians who traveled to Tanzania in September to volunteer at two orphanages.

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#1 Nov 16, 2013
That's great! It is wonderful to hear of people reaching out to help others. Travel is always an eye opener, helps other people and helps with personal growth. Keep up the good work. Travel on.

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