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Seven-year-old Jewel Mejia, right, and Trinity Williams, 5, play at Sunny Glen Children’s Home in San Benito, Teas. Mejia, who lived in a group home with houseparents Jason and Christina Butler, recently returned home with two siblings to live with her mother. “That’s our whole goal is to reunite families,” said Pam Williams, Trinity’s mother and Sunny Glen’s development department coordinator. Sunny Glen hosted the recent national conference of the Christian Child and Family Services Association. (Photo by Stephanie LeBouff)
Seven-year-old Jewel Mejia, right, and Trinity Williams, 5, play at Sunny Glen Children’s Home in San Benito, Teas. Mejia, who lived in a group home with houseparents Jason and Christina Butler, recently returned home with two siblings to live with her mother. “That’s our whole goal is to reunite families,” said Pam Williams, Trinity’s mother and Sunny Glen’s development department coordinator. Sunny Glen hosted the recent national conference of the Christian Child and Family Services Association. (Photo by Stephanie LeBouff)

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