Deb Stuart of Waxhaw joins the children of a remote Guatemalan village in a wave of thanks to those who raised money in Union County to support Stuart’s efforts for Guatemalan schools. “This is not an organization, not a charity. Just a few ordinary people who would like to do something extraordinary,” Stuart said of her efforts.
Deb Stuart of Waxhaw joins the children of a remote Guatemalan village in a wave of thanks to those who raised money in Union County to support Stuart’s efforts for Guatemalan schools. “This is not an organization, not a charity. Just a few ordinary people who would like to do something extraordinary,” Stuart said of her efforts. COURTESY OF DEB STUART
Deb Stuart of Waxhaw joins the children of a remote Guatemalan village in a wave of thanks to those who raised money in Union County to support Stuart’s efforts for Guatemalan schools. “This is not an organization, not a charity. Just a few ordinary people who would like to do something extraordinary,” Stuart said of her efforts. COURTESY OF DEB STUART

Waxhaw business owner raises money for kids in Guatemala

February 27, 2015 2:32 PM

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