The CISV (Children's International Summer Village) Gulf Coast Chapter announces the 11-year-old delegates who were selected represent the USA at a four-week international camp in Jacksonville, Fla., over the summer. The group's leader was Ryann Russell, second from left, daughter of David and Julie Russell and 2015 graduate of William Carey University. Delegates are, from left, Wilson Crocker, son of Chip Crocker and Rosemary Jacobs Crocker, and a sixth-grader at Biloxi Junior High; Olivia Myers, daughter of Jim and Brooke Myers, and a sixth-grader at Our Lady of Fatima in Biloxi; London O'Keefe, daughter of John Michael and Missy O'Keefe, and a sixth-grader at Our Lady of Fatima; and Shelby Fitzhugh, daughter of John and Sharon Fitzhugh, sixth-grader at Biloxi Junior High. Also, Lauren Rackley, daughter of Doug and Lisa Rackley, represented the USA as a staff member at a CISV Village in Guatemala. She is a 2015 graduate of the University of Mississippi.
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