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Submitted by Marty & Jane Edelen

Thirty Bike & Build volunteers pedaled their way into Huntington last week to help at a current Habitat for Humanity work site on June 27. The group had started their journey in Providence, RI, and will travel to San Francisco, Calif., helping various organizations along the way. Over the past 10 seasons, Bike & Build volunteers have donated more than $4 million; built for more than 120,000 hours; pedaled over 6 million miles; and engaged more than 1,750 young adults in spreading the word about the affordable housing crisis in America. If you or your group would like to volunteer at a future Huntington WV Area Habitat for Humanity work site, contact the local affiliate at 304-523-4822 or online at www-hahabitat.org.

Gallery: Bike & Build group helps with Habitat house

Jul. 01, 2013 @ 12:37 PM

Thirty Bike & Build volunteers pedaled their way into Huntington last week to help at a current Habitat for Humanity work site on June 27. The group had started their journey in Providence, RI, and will travel to San Francisco, Calif., helping various organizations along the way. 

 
Over the past 10 seasons, Bike & Build volunteers have donated more than $4 million; built for more than 120,000 hours; pedaled over 6 million miles; and engaged more than 1,750 young adults in spreading the word about the affordable housing crisis in America.
 
If you or your group would like to volunteer at a future Huntington WV Area Habitat for Humanity work site, contact the local affiliate at 304-523-4822 or online at www-hahabitat.org
 
Submitted by Marty & Jane Edelen

 

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