Rehab ministry makes stop


Anthony Weber | Civitas Media Family and friends welcomed riders of the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure, in association with The Fuller Center for Housing, including former Pleasant Hill resident Macy Holsinger, at the intersection of State Route 48 and Fenner Road on Thursday during a refreshment stop. During their journey, participants have made various stops to work on a rehab project as well as other older structures in need of repair and are able to raise money and promote the Fuller Center ministry. The group of cyclists began there journey in mid-June from Washington. The group rides approximately 75 miles a day and will continue to Washington, D.C. For more information on the group, visit fullercenter.org.


Anthony Weber | Civitas Media

Family and friends welcomed riders of the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure, in association with The Fuller Center for Housing, including former Pleasant Hill resident Macy Holsinger, at the intersection of State Route 48 and Fenner Road on Thursday during a refreshment stop. During their journey, participants have made various stops to work on a rehab project as well as other older structures in need of repair and are able to raise money and promote the Fuller Center ministry. The group of cyclists began there journey in mid-June from Washington. The group rides approximately 75 miles a day and will continue to Washington, D.C. For more information on the group, visit fullercenter.org.

Anthony Weber | Civitas Media Family and friends welcomed riders of the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure, in association with The Fuller Center for Housing, including former Pleasant Hill resident Macy Holsinger, at the intersection of State Route 48 and Fenner Road on Thursday during a refreshment stop. During their journey, participants have made various stops to work on a rehab project as well as other older structures in need of repair and are able to raise money and promote the Fuller Center ministry. The group of cyclists began there journey in mid-June from Washington. The group rides approximately 75 miles a day and will continue to Washington, D.C. For more information on the group, visit fullercenter.org.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_160804aDw_Bike_Adventure_1268.jpgAnthony Weber | Civitas Media Family and friends welcomed riders of the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure, in association with The Fuller Center for Housing, including former Pleasant Hill resident Macy Holsinger, at the intersection of State Route 48 and Fenner Road on Thursday during a refreshment stop. During their journey, participants have made various stops to work on a rehab project as well as other older structures in need of repair and are able to raise money and promote the Fuller Center ministry. The group of cyclists began there journey in mid-June from Washington. The group rides approximately 75 miles a day and will continue to Washington, D.C. For more information on the group, visit fullercenter.org.
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