Hoedown for Haiti tomorrow night

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Photo courtesy Parker family The Parkers — Cameron, Jane and children Davis and Annabelle — will be heading to Haiti this summer for their third year of work with the Vilaj Espwa orphanage in Les Cayes, Haiti. To support the endeavor, a hoedown is being held tomorrow night at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts.
Photo courtesy Parker family
The Parkers — Cameron, Jane and children Davis and Annabelle — will be heading to Haiti this summer for their third year of work with the Vilaj Espwa orphanage in Les Cayes, Haiti. To support the endeavor, a hoedown is being held tomorrow night at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts.

By Stephanie Graveson
Special to The PREVIEW

Join our community in supporting Pagosa’s very own Parker family as they make preparations to spend their third summer in Haiti to continue growing and maintaining a self-sustaining agricultural program for the orphanage Vilaj Espwa in Les Cayes, Haiti.

Cameron and Jane felt a strong call by God several years ago to utilize their skills to better the earthquake ravaged island country of Haiti. Cam has a degree in horticulture and Jane has a teaching degree, and they hoped that these skills could somehow make a difference.