September 25, 2013
Debbie Wilson

Micah Students Help Restore North St. Louis

More than 50 Micah Program students took part in a day of service renovating flood-damaged homes, planting a community garden and more.

Group garden
Micah students pose near a community garden they helped to create in North St. Louis. Submitted photo

Micah Program students partnered with New City Fellowship for a service and work day Sept. 14. More than 50 Micahs signed up to join with New City Fellowship crews at seven different sites in the inner-city of St. Louis.

Following a pot-luck breakfast with the other work crews, Micahs worked alongside residents renovating a north city home damaged in last year's floods, preparing a north-side community garden for the coming winter, clearing the yards of two elderly widows, organizing a free store and more.

To learn more about New City's monthly work days, visit its website at

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