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Faith Bus vandalized at Green Lake Bible Camp

SPICER -- The Faith Bus, used to transport Green Lake Bible Camp campers and visitors to various activities and service projects, was reported vandalized on June 14 when it was parked in the camp's parking lot.

Submitted Vandals caused significant damage to the Faith Bus of the Green Lake Bible Camp on June 14. In addition to graffiti, items in the bus were broken and a fire extinguisher was discharge inside the bus and an enclosed trailer.
Submitted Vandals caused significant damage to the Faith Bus of the Green Lake Bible Camp on June 14. In addition to graffiti, items in the bus were broken and a fire extinguisher was discharge inside the bus and an enclosed trailer.

SPICER - The Faith Bus, used to transport Green Lake Bible Camp campers and visitors to various activities and service projects, was reported vandalized on June 14 when it was parked in the camp's parking lot.

The Green Lake Lutheran Ministries reported the bus and the enclosed trailer had been spray painted, items in the bus broken and a fire extinguisher had been discharged inside both the bus and trailer.

"We are saddened by this act," the ministries said in a news release.

The vandalism was reported to law enforcement.

The bus is owned by Green Lake Lutheran Ministries and Faith Lutheran Church of Spicer.

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If anyone has any information about the vandalism, they are asked to call the Green Lake Lutheran Ministries office at 320-796-2181.

Submitted Vandals caused significant damage to the Faith Bus of the Green Lake Bible Camp on June 14. In addition to graffiti, items in the bus were broken and a fire extinguisher was discharge inside the bus and an enclosed trailer.
Submitted Vandals caused significant damage to the Faith Bus of the Green Lake Bible Camp on June 14. In addition to graffiti, items in the bus were broken and a fire extinguisher was discharge inside the bus and an enclosed trailer.

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Shelby Lindrud is a reporter with the West Central Tribune of Willmar. Her focus areas are arts and entertainment, agriculture, features writing and the Kandiyohi County Board.

She can be reached via email slindrud@wctrib.com or direct 320-214-4373.


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