Hoke, 22, has participated in River of Life as a youth, and now a leader, and has enjoyed every minute of his time spent helping the families involved and connecting with his fellow volunteers.
As of Friday at noon, around half of the 37 original work sites have been completed, including 22 wheelchair ramps, which is allowing River of Life to add more sites and projects to work on.
“Our main focus is to help the people who really need it the most,” said Courtney Hitchcock, a coordinator for River of Life.
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