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Bug Doctor Donates Mosquito Nets for Haiti Mission Trip

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Bug Doctor supported Taylor University's spring break mission trip by donating mosquito nets. All of the students were provided with mosquito nets, to prevent them from being bit by mosquitoes, thus minimizing the chances of getting malaria.

| April 19, 2011

PARAMUS, N.J. — Stuart and Donna Aust are the Owners of Bug Doctor Termite and Pest Control/Bird Doctor Nationwide. Their oldest son, Daniel Aust, attends Taylor University in Upland, Ind. as a freshman. 

Daniel Aust teaches Haitian children how to speak English as part of the outreach. Daniel, 19, works at Bug Doctor on breaks and throughout his summer vacation.

Taylor University has a spring break missions program which goes out all around the world.  On spring break, Daniel Aust participated in the mission trip to Haiti to help work in construction. This program enables students to learn, minister, and witness during their annual spring break, in partnership with Christian missionaries and local churches. Spring break mission participants engage in meaningful service.

Bug Doctor supported this outreach by donating mosquito nets. All of the students were provided with mosquito nets, to prevent them from being bit by mosquitoes, thus minimizing the chances of getting malaria.

Daniel Aust teaches Haitian children how to speak English as part of the outreach. Daniel, 19, works at Bug Doctor on breaks and throughout his summer vacation. 

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