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Volunteers from all over the state recently helped build a new ramp at the United Churches of Durham. Volunteers brought a tractor with an auger, a cement mixer, and lumber for the project. Pictured are Rick Huntley and Bruce Tubby, pouring concrete for the footings. | Submitted by Malcolm Pearce



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