By BISHOP NASH
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A day spent in honest, physical work volunteering in the quiet grandeur of the woods would be therapeutic for any body and spirit.
But that private, inner glow of a job well done – and of cashing in your own sweat equity for the benefit of the whole – counts for much more for those who have recently pulled themselves up from rock-bottom.
About a dozen men from Recovery Point in Huntington lent a hand renovating the 2 miles of nature trails that wind through the woods behind the Huntington Museum of Art.
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