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Ellinwood native to visit the Balkans

DECANI, KOSOVO — Despite the increasingly unstable and dangerous situation at national border crossings in the Balkans, Ellinwood, Kansas native J. Basil Dannebohm remains committed to visiting the region for a humanitarian relief visit.

For 20 days in February, Dannebohm and Father Nektarios Serfes of Boise, Idaho are traveling to Serbia, Macedonia, Kosovo and Switzerland on behalf of the Decani Monastery Relief Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to rebuilding Kosovo. Father Nektarios Serfes is the president of the Board of Directors and Dannebohm is the fund’s executive director.

According to Forum 18 News Service, on Dec. 12, in an attempt ...


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