"Surfer Girl" Cares for Vulnerable Youth
Teresa Neumann : Sep 10, 2012 : Cathy Ingalls – Albany Democrat-Herald
Recently, she put together a local competition for 160 kids, giving away a skateboard, a scooter, and a BMX bike.
REPORTER'S NOTE: I'm privileged to know Katy Moes. Her trademark smile and sunny personality betray the fact that she has suffered multiple personal tragedies in her life. She has been tested and tried and not found lacking in her faith. Though I have to give some of the credit to her late mother, an extraordinary woman in her own right, for passing on a spirit of love and tenacity to her daughter, Katy is simply one of the most inspiring young ladies I've ever met. Imagine my joy, when I saw our local paper honor her! -Teresa Neumann, BCN.
(Albany, OR)—Katy Moes, 27, a happily married Oregonian with two beautiful toddlers, spent some of her pre-married years ministering in the Caribbean to poor, disenfranchised youth. An avid surfer and skim boarder then and now, Katy's drive to reach out to youth hasn't diminished a bit.
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