During the recent spring break Mason went on a Mission trip to Adjusco, Mexico. While in Mexico, Mason and his team built a cafeteria and two dorms for the local residents. This year was the second of two years spent on the Adjusco Mission base. Last year Mason and his team built two dorms and a church. The Mission property now includes four dorms, one church and one cafeteria. These buildings were funded and hosted by Sierra Grace fellowship so that the people of nearby towns can come to a welcoming and safe place to learn about the gospel. On this mission trip, there was a total of 22 hours spent in a truck and 1220 miles covered to reach the isolated town. We spent a total of 5 days in Adjusco not just building but reaching out to the local community. There were a total of 90 students that went this year, out of those 90 about 20 were involved with construction. The other 70 kids went to local towns during the day to interact with the local people, mostly children. They did activities such as face painting, puppets and other games.