Keshena, Wisconsin

Dates: 2nd week in July 2022 (Dates based on the local tribe)

Cost: $750

Description: This team will partner with Convoy of Hope missionaries, Rob and Kim Frazier, to serve the Menominee Indian Tribe. We will partner with the Rural Compassion Initiative, a US-based missionary Initiative which actively works with the tribal leaders to improve the community. The team is designed for teenagers, adults, and families with children at least 13 years old.
Max team size is 15.

Team Leaders: Justin Fasnacht, Rob, and Kim Frazier

Registration: Opens March 1,  2022, and will close March 27, 2022.

Payment Schedule
Deposit: $150 Due on Sunday, March 27, 2022 with an online application.
2nd Payment: $300 due by Sunday, May 8, 2022.
Final Payment: $300 due by Sunday, June 5, 2022.
Included: Housing, transportation, food, insurance, trip coordination and hosting, preparation resources, and other trip necessities.
Not Included: Personal expenses including souvenirs, medicine, laundry, and any food or beverages apart from scheduled meals. Meals while traveling.

PLEASE NOTE: If for any reason you cannot or prefer not to go, we will refund/credit as much of the trip cost as possible. We will work with you to get as much of the airfare cost credited/refunded as well.

Obligations: Must attend trip meetings and training.

Location Information: Keshena, Wisconsin. More than 350 square miles of Menominee County belong to the Menominee Indian Tribe. Most of it is heavily forested, but it's also home to more than 8,700 tribal members. Keshena — the tribe's seat of government — consists of five principal communities, a unique language, religious practices, and traditions.

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