Cheryl Oldland, 14, performs music to raise funds for The Last Well, a nonprofit out of Texas that builds wells and teaches the gospel in Liberia. She organized a benefit concert last August and raised $2,000 to build “a well and a half.” Another concert is scheduled for early August. (July 10, 2014)
Cheryl Oldland, 14, performs music to raise funds for The Last Well, a nonprofit out of Texas that builds wells and teaches the gospel in Liberia. She organized a benefit concert last August and raised $2,000 to build “a well and a half.” Another concert is scheduled for early August. (July 10, 2014) The Wichita Eagle
Cheryl Oldland, 14, performs music to raise funds for The Last Well, a nonprofit out of Texas that builds wells and teaches the gospel in Liberia. She organized a benefit concert last August and raised $2,000 to build “a well and a half.” Another concert is scheduled for early August. (July 10, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

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