Catholic youth take time to aid others during conference
The Artesia Catholic Teens Youth Group, comprised of ninth- through 12th-graders representing both St. Anthony’s and Our Lady of Grace Catholic churches, took time out of their annual Steubenville Conference trip to Denver, Colo., to help Denver Bronco safety David Bruton prepare food boxes for the low-income and elderly. Pictured above are, front row from left, Jasmine Rodriguez, Isabel Sillas, Brayan De Haro, Jaden De Haro, second row from left, Shantel Briseno, Sabrina Ochoa, Marissa Lopez, Marianna Salcido, Savannah Boling, third row from left, Yvette Briseno, Angel Urias, Jacinda Brizeno, Valerie Lucero, Bibianna Ramirez, Polie Baca, Vanessa Lopez, Shanisse Huerta, Chelsea Bussell, Judy Stewart, Ana Stewart, Bruton, fourth row from left, Santiago Morillon, William Miller, David Aguilar, John Vasquez, Nathaniel Zarazua, Jonathan Reyes, Josh Gonzales, Jesse Azua and Moses Martinez. The group assisted Bruton in preparing more than 450 boxes for the Food Bank of the Rockies. Courtesy Photo
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