Wittenberg University students bring a surge of energy to the communities in which they serve others during their alternative spring breaks, and that lift definitely was needed in Albany, Georgia, where they are working to help families impacted by two storms — including a tornado. As the Albany Herald reports, perhaps no one is more excited to have the students in town than Albany Twin Storms Relief Inc. CEO Makeba Wright and homeowner Ricardo Miguel.
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