FARMINGTON — Twenty University of Maine at Farmington students spent February break in New Orleans this year as they reach out to help Hurricane Katrina victims.

The students, part of the UMF student club associated with Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship, teamed up with students from other Maine colleges where they worked with Habitat for Humanity and other local charitable organizations.

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