Sumner native Sarah Rolfing, assisted by a child, cuts the ribbon to the Team Agape bathroom project in Kenya.
Sumner native Sarah Rolfing, assisted by a child, cuts the ribbon to the Team Agape bathroom project in Kenya. Team Agape Courtesy
Sumner native Sarah Rolfing, assisted by a child, cuts the ribbon to the Team Agape bathroom project in Kenya. Team Agape Courtesy

Sumner native to launch health care project in Kenya with help from Sumner Rotary

January 11, 2017 11:44 AM

UPDATED January 18, 2017 10:08 AM

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