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Nordell smooches a llama after kids meet fundraising goal.

Llama kiss
Kristi Nordell kisses a llama during a celebration capping off Vacation Bible School at Indian Lake Baptist Church earlier this month. From July 11-15, an average of 75 kids attended VBS, during which they raised funds for an English school in Thailand. The money will be used for scholarships for students who wouldn't otherwise have the opportunity to attend school. Nordell said she would kiss a llama if the children met their fundraising goal.
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Kristi Nordell kisses a llama during a celebration capping off Vacation Bible School at Indian Lake Baptist Church earlier this month. From July 11-15, an average of 75 kids attended VBS, during which they raised funds for an English school in Thailand. The money will be used for scholarships for students who wouldn't otherwise have the opportunity to attend school. Nordell said she would kiss a llama if the children met their fundraising goal.

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