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I'm Nicholas Andrew baker and I'm a life scout with troop 168. I'm requesting any old used bikes that you have and/or Don't need anymore for my Eagle scout project. This is my request

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Started by Nicholas Andrew baker Jun 29, 2015.

Sunrise Bike Ride - Idea... 1 Reply

Tracy Troup made a suggestion of a way to increase visibility of CRM in the Bunker Hill Area.  A morning bike ride to the church on the weekend, followed by food, drink, and games for the kids.  Sort…Continue

Started by David Finklea. Last reply by Clarence Ewing Jul 18, 2012.

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Houston Work Day

I'm new to the ministry and would like to get more active by helping on a work day in Houston; however, there apparently wasn't one in September and I hope there's one in October. Does anyone know when the next work day in Houston will be?

Posted by Monte Dunten on September 23, 2016 at 11:01am

Houston Work Day

I'm new to the ministry and would like to get more active by helping on a work day in Houston; however, there apparently wasn't one in September and I hope there's one in October. Does anyone know when the next work day in Houston will be?

p.s. I have two bikes I'd like to donate.

Posted by Monte Dunten on September 23, 2016 at 10:57am

I think a sign would be good above the west side new parts area, "The Red Sea Parts."On the door across the hall, east side, "The Red Seize Part." "The Red Sees Part."Can these parts be used with res…

I think a sign would be good above the west side new parts area, "The Red Sea Parts."
On the door across the hall, east side, "The Red Seize Part." "The Red Sees Part."
Can these parts be used with respect, in their respectful places, respectively?
Upon creation of signs such as these, would part of the partly part problem now be partly solved?

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Posted by Richard Geary on December 19, 2014 at 5:15pm

New Assembly Instruction for Single-Speed Coaster/Brake Bicycles

PLEASE READ AND/OR UNDERSTAND TO STAY ALERT TO THE FOLLOWING



Be able to use hands/eyes enough to find where the seat, handlebars, front wheels, and pedals go (Reasonably straightforward if the volunteer has ridden or observed a conventional bicycle). No racing (to the finish line or to increase numbers) required.



Voluntary engagement is appreciated at any level of comfort, assessed by the volunteer. THANKS!



Packaging is removed to…

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Posted by Richard Geary on November 15, 2014 at 10:31pm

 

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