December 5, 2016 | By Cyndy Mosley CMosley19@hotmail.com | News, Youth and Young People
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A group of 20 Native American United Methodist youth including four from Greater New Jersey traveled to North Dakota in September to learn more about their heritage and experienced a deepened faith.
They met as a part of the Peg Leg Flamingos Youth Group, a group named as a symbol for overcoming challenges. Flamingos often stand on one leg and then fly above it all. A flamingo with a peg leg lives in a world out of balance.