Chesapeake Conference

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Story by Heidi Wetmore

The community of Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy (SAA) welcomes three new faces to the 2021–22 school year:

Carmen Alejandra Esposito is SAA’s new school counselor. Esposito, an experienced teacher, vice principal and counselor, has worked in both North and South America. She has a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling Psychology. “My ultimate career goal is to inspire every student in such a way that I will see each one in heaven,” says Esposito.

 volunteers Callie Buruchara, Chandler Riley, and Brody Wiedemann. Credit Tony Williams

By Andrew McChesney

A man walked up to the church booth at the Howard County Fair and, without an introduction or even a smile, asked a pointed question.

“Do you have to go to church on Saturday to be saved?” he said.

Booth volunteer Tony Williams had heard other unexpected questions at the fair, including about Hollywood movies and whether Jesus has a tattoo, and he was not surprised.