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Cross country cyclists visit Farrell for a cause

Cross country cyclists visit Farrell for a cause

News Imagine bicycling across the country and on the days you aren’t peddling, you’re busy building houses and other projects.Well, that’s what a group of…

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Imagine bicycling across the country and on the days you aren’t peddling, you’re busy building houses and other projects.Well, that’s what a group of people are doing as part of a Christian mission. The First Presbyterian Church of Sharon is hosting about

Imagine bicycling across the country and on the days you aren’t peddling, you’re busy building houses and other projects.
Well, that’s what a group of people are doing as part of a Christian mission.

The First Presbyterian Church of Sharon is hosting about 23 cyclists who are taking part in a 10-week long biking adventure.
Their goal: the spread the good word and help build things along the way, representing the Fuller Center for Housing based out of Georgia.

"We do a bike adventure that runs from Seaside, Oregon to Portland, Maine. We are going to go approximately 4000 miles," said Neil Mullikin, Fuller Center for Housing.

On Tuesday, they built a shed for a Farrell family in need. That’s why these men and women do what they do."Just fell in love with the idea of what they do with poverty housing, helping small towns with housing and repairs. Started with a bucket list for retirement but turned into so much more with the fuller center," said Ron Van Hoose, Nashville, TN.The cyclists are work very hard when not on theor bikes. There’s isn’t time to relax because when they travel they do about a hundred miles a day on the bikes."We are so excited to have them in our community […]

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