Most children take running, playing outside and attending school for granted.
But 10-year-old Brenda Flores and 7-year-old Ronaldo Ramirez didn’t have those options until the beginning of November.
Both children were born with heart defects in Honduras, but earlier this month those defects were fixed thanks to the Samaritan’s Purse Children’s Heart Project and a team of doctors and community members in Greenville.
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