Thursday, August 18, 2005

RVers Leaving behind more than they find

As the Family Motor Coach Association's national rally winds down and the thousands of motor coaches that have called Minot home for the past week pull out of town, one chapter within the FMCA will be just settling in.

Sixteen RVers who are part of the FMCA Chapter: Habitat for Humanity along with the National Director of the chapter, Lynn Laymon, and his wife and President of the FMCA chapter Linda Walden, will assist the Minot Habitat for Humanity affiliate with the building of a home in northwest Minot.

When the motor coach owners visit a town for a rally or a national convention they often assist the local affiliates for two weeks with whatever phase of construction they happen to be in. Full Story...

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