Photo: Guatemalan Orphanage is Solid Orange


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The boys showing off their cool Clemson hats

Casa Shalom is an orphanage in San Lucas Guatemala and Josh Trammell, the founder of Take Heart, is a big Clemson fan and has been leading mission trips to Guatamala since 2004.

"It is home to over 100 children who have been neglected, abused, and abandoned," Trammell told Tigernet.

"Casa Shalom is providing a safe family environment for these precious children, and Take Heart has partnered with Casa Shalom to help bring support as well as bring mission teams down to help with various projects and needs," he said. "In April of 2015 Founder Josh Trammell brought these Clemson hats down for the teenage boys. This will be something that these kids treasure and will wear often! Clemson is represented well in Guatemala!"

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