United Methodist Women raise awareness for human trafficking

Published 10:21 am Thursday, January 26, 2017

Members of Farmville United Methodist Women (UMW) created a display to raise awareness about the crime of human trafficking, the second-largest criminal industry in the world. The stacked boxes in the picture symbolize United Methodist Women intercepting the traffickers who bind the vulnerable within boxes of imprisonment. Pictured are, from left, front row, Hedy Thomas, Brenda Hawkins, Cindy Davis, Becky Fisher, second row, Carolyn Ailsworth, Carol Fields, Joyce Ward, Melissa Ward, Alice McCormick, Liz Knies, Judy O’Steen, Deborah McWee, back row, Helen Person, Martha Butler, Jane Smith, Emily Anders, Nancy Haga, Melanie Anderson, Amy Eberly, Betty McBride and Betty Sumner.