Sarah Hill accompanied a PET distribution team in Vietnam and shares what she experienced in this third episode of MissionCast.Â PET stands for personal energy transportation.Â It is a three wheel hand cranked vehicle that provides mobility for those who have lost the use of their legs.Â The first PETs were made in Mel Westâ€™s (former director of the Office of Creative Ministries) garage and now are mass produced by volunteers in Columbia and many other places around the country.Â A gift to PET of $250 will produce and ship a PET to people in need in Vietnam or anywhere else in the world.Â Sarah Hill is a member of Community United Methodist Church, in Columbia, and is part of the KOMU-TV news team.Â
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