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Q and A Amelia Seefeldt selling jewelry for chance to give hope in Japan

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Posted: Friday, February 25, 2011 8:12 am

Tokay High School junior Amelia Seefeldt has a heart for people, travel and God. She’s decided to use her four years of high school to reach out and help as many people as possible, whether its working with local homeless through her church or traveling to other states or other countries. By selling her homemade necklaces and earrings, she is raising money to go to Japan this summer on her fourth mission trip. Here, Seefeldt talks about her beading fundraiser, Beads of Hope, and her passion for missions.

Q: Which organization will you be going with, and what will you do while in Japan?

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