Local James Madison University students recently spent a week, March 5-12, helping those in need through the university's Alternative Spring Break Program. The student-led trips focused on a social issue in a specific region. Almost 250 students embarked on 25 spring break trips around the country and world. Hampstead resident Sarah Eline, a health sciences major, traveled to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to volunteer with Rebuilding Together. Westminster resident Hannah Chmielewski, a health sciences major, traveled to Orlando, Florida, to volunteer with Family Promise of Greater Orlando. Woodbine resident Justine Wollman, a health sciences major, traveled to Moab, Utah, to volunteer with Arches National Park. Mount Airy resident Caroline Jansen, a media arts and design major, traveled to Santa Patulul, Guatemala, to volunteer with Mayan Power & Light/Appropriate Tech. Solutions.