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Sunday’s ‘Wing-Off' in Warrensburg to fund youth mission

Teens look forward to brigntening others' lives

Youth of St. Cecilia’s church gathered this week to finalize plans for this Sunday’s ‘Wing-Off’ event at George Henry’s Restaurant in Warrensburg to benefit the group’s upcoming mission trip. Among those participating in the trip are: (front, left to right): Julie Angell, Ellen Jones, Whitney Markwica, Tyler Toolan, Jarod West, Jimmy Cunniffe, (rear): Joe Schuster, Jayden Cain, Kelly Angell, Noah Markwica, and Bauer Jones. (Not Pictured): Kelsey Winter, Amanda Gee, Austin West, Cregan Callahan, Amy Toolan, Glen Warner, Logan Webster, and Melanie Warner.

Youth of St. Cecilia’s church gathered this week to finalize plans for this Sunday’s ‘Wing-Off’ event at George Henry’s Restaurant in Warrensburg to benefit the group’s upcoming mission trip. Among those participating in the trip are: (front, left to right): Julie Angell, Ellen Jones, Whitney Markwica, Tyler Toolan, Jarod West, Jimmy Cunniffe, (rear): Joe Schuster, Jayden Cain, Kelly Angell, Noah Markwica, and Bauer Jones. (Not Pictured): Kelsey Winter, Amanda Gee, Austin West, Cregan Callahan, Amy Toolan, Glen Warner, Logan Webster, and Melanie Warner. Photo by Thom Randall.

— “I enjoyed helping out,” she said.

Jimmy Cunniffe, 12, a first-time mission participant, said he was looking forward to the excursion.

“I saw pictures from the last mission trip, and i think it’s going to be a fun time while helping people out,” he said.

Whitney Markwica said she appreciates the impact the group's work has on others’ lives.

“It was a touching experience, to go out of your way and help someone else who needs it,” she said. “And it was fun at the same time.”

For details on the fundraiser or the mission trip, contact Diane Angell at 623-3342.

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