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Local volunteers serve hundreds on El Salvador mission trip

2:47 PM, Feb. 9, 2013
Marshfield Clinic urgent care physician Dr. Jakub Ellias conducts an eye exam with the help of a translator on one of nearly 200 patients seen during the medical mission's first day.
Marshfield Clinic urgent care physician Dr. Jakub Ellias conducts an eye exam with the help of a translator on one of nearly 200 patients seen during the medical mission's first day.
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From Jan. 19 to 27, a group of 39 Marshfield-area volunteers traveled to the mountains of El Salvador on a mission trip to provide relief to hundreds of people in need.

The group stayed at King's Castle, an international training center for missionaries.

The medical team, which included two doctors, a few nurses and other volunteers, saw nearly 950 patients in five days. ...

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