Rotary Club learns of human exploitation
Tue, 2014-08-12 05:00 News Staff
By LYNETTE SOWELL
Orlando and Spring Castillo spoke on Thursday to the Copperas Cove Rotary Club on behalf of Go MAD ministries, to raise awareness of human exploitation going on in the Dominican Republic and around the world. The Bastrop-based organization was founded in 2006 by Chantz and Renee Cutts, who took a short-term mission trip to the Dominican Republic. The Dominican Republic is the eastern half of the island of Hispaniola, with the other half being the country of Haiti. The mission trip impacted the Cutts family so much that Chantz eventually left his job at Dell and the family moved to the Dominican Republic permanently.
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