Babs and Dave Veneman soon will leave their walnut and almond farm in northwest Modesto and go to Liberia for two years to work at a village for orphaned children. (Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee)
Babs and Dave Veneman soon will leave their walnut and almond farm in northwest Modesto and go to Liberia for two years to work at a village for orphaned children. (Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee)
Babs and Dave Veneman soon will leave their walnut and almond farm in northwest Modesto and go to Liberia for two years to work at a village for orphaned children. (Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee)

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May 02, 2008 03:29 PM

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