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Mayor Steve Williams told the group Friday night at Huntington High School auditorium that, “No two things can touch, and then part, without leaving something behind."
The group, based out of Nashville, Tennessee, helps to paint houses, repair roofs, and take part in other community service activities. On average, each student paid about $250 out of his or her own pocket to take part.
Mayor Williams lead the group in a circle prayer at the meeting where he thanked the volunteers.