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Humanity to Haiti

Gettysburg Times Article
BY MARK WALTERS – Times Staff Writer

READY TO HELP – Nick Wagaman packs his bags for Haiti. With the support of his boss, the 30-year-old Wagaman will live and work for a month as a volunteer helping with cleanup in the earthquake-torn country. (Bill Schwartz/Gettysburg Times).

After an earth-shattering earthquake-ravaged thousands of people in the small country of Haiti this past January, Lisa Grim, owner of The Pub & Restaurant on the Lincoln Square in Gettysburg wanted to do something.

While sending money through different organizations was a popular way to help, Grime wanted a more direct way of reaching those in need.
“I wanted to go and help but with my family I couldn’t,” Grim said. She wanted to send someone who could truly make a difference and figured one of her employees, Nick Wagaman, would be perfect for the task. “Nick is very caring and has traveled a lot,” Grim said. “With his personality, he can really feel for them.”Wagaman is an 11-year employee at The Pub.

“If you would like to help Nick fulfill his dream of providing education to the children of Haiti, please click here to email Nick for other opportunities to give.”