IN THE NEWS: Combinination of cycling, mission work drives Adventurer

IN THE NEWS: Combinination of cycling, mission work drives Adventurer

 
(Evansville Courier & Press) Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure returning spring rider Diane Bies’ story was featured on the front page of her local paper. In the story, the 58-year-old talks about starting the 400- mile spring ride in her birthplace of Nashville, Tennessee, and passing through Greenwood, Mississippi, where her grandparents lived during her childhood. While in Greenwood, the Bicycle Adventurers will spend a day repairing homes — and it’s the combination of cycling, raising money (Bies is riding for The Fuller Center’s work in Sierra Leone) and putting her faith into action on the worksite that has driven Bies to return to the Adventure. Click here to read the complete article about Diane Bies.

Click here to contribute to Diane Bies’ fundraising page for the Adventure.

Chris Johnson
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Chris Johnson is the Director of Communications for The Fuller Center for Housing, a multi-award-winning columnist for the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer and author of 3 books.

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