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FBC’s volunteer coordinator Ken Morton listens as GETSCO’s Gray Parrish explains the Gravelpave2 ring and grid system that provides the infrastructure of Joseph Cagle’s new walkway. Parrish was able to provide the material through a donation from the manufacturer, Invisible Structures. – Mark Brown | The Standard Banner

At a certain level, Appalachian Outreach functions through a series of symbiotic relationships, in which a group of people provide something the other needs. Several examples of that were on display recently at the apex of Paradise Point, a manufactured housing community off Highway 92:

• A homeowner who needed assistance was matched to churches seeking mission opportunities for volunteers;

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