Trevor Buffum, middle, picks out a new backpack with the help of volunteer Dolores Otter at the Convoy of Hope event on Saturday morning at Bethel Life Center. The event provides a number of free services to the poor, including distribution of food and clothing, haircuts, family portraits, school supplies, hearing and vision tests, immunizations and other medical testing.
Trevor Buffum, middle, picks out a new backpack with the help of volunteer Dolores Otter at the Convoy of Hope event on Saturday morning at Bethel Life Center. The event provides a number of free services to the poor, including distribution of food and clothing, haircuts, family portraits, school supplies, hearing and vision tests, immunizations and other medical testing. The Wichita Eagle
Trevor Buffum, middle, picks out a new backpack with the help of volunteer Dolores Otter at the Convoy of Hope event on Saturday morning at Bethel Life Center. The event provides a number of free services to the poor, including distribution of food and clothing, haircuts, family portraits, school supplies, hearing and vision tests, immunizations and other medical testing. The Wichita Eagle

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