Fuller Center Bike Adventure Group Returns to Price


Press Release

The Castle Country Fuller Center again played host to 35 Bike Adventure Group bicyclists as they traveled across the country doing service work in the communities they stayed in. This year they were Price June 4-6. There were be two projects that the Adventure group completed.

One of those was a home in Wellington in which they did deck repairs and other repairs to the exterior of the home. They spent all day Wednesday working on the project with input from the homeowner.

The other project was in Price. That project included scraping and repainting the entire home and adding siding boards to enclose a small carport. Additional repairs were made to seal cracks and improve the exterior of the home with the help of the homeowner.

Pinnacle Academy housed the riders during their stay and the Fuller Center provided lunches and dinners for the group. Price City Mayor Mike Kourianos welcomed the group at the Tuesday night dinner and the band Desert Sage was the entertainment for the evening.

The Castle Country Fuller Center for Housing is continually looking for projects to help homeowners in Carbon and Emery Counties with needed repairs or improvements. Year-round, the Fuller Center helps low-income, elderly, disabled or Veteran homeowners with needed repairs and maintenance.

The Fuller Center for Housing is a faith driven and Christ -centered organization that promotes collaborative and innovative partnerships with individuals and organizations in an unrelenting quest to provide adequate shelter for all people in need worldwide. It was started by Millard Fuller to address the global shortage of housing after he and his wife parted ways with Habitat for Humanity over major differences in the way they chose to operate.

The Castle Country Fuller Center takes on projects year-round for low income, elderly, persons with disabilities and veterans, If you have a project or know of someone who could use the help of the Fuller Center or for more information on how to get involved, please contact Terri Tubbs at (435) 637-9701.

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