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www.wmfd.com - As a way to introduce area residents to The Armory Project, the Richland Moves bicycle group hosted a Community Tune-up event this past weekend at the former National Guard Armory on Ashland Road in Mansfield. }}" />

   
 
 
Community Tune-Up Event Part Of The Armory Project

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  Original Published: 4/14/2013  As a way to introduce area residents to The Armory Project, the Richland Moves bicycle group hosted a Community Tune-up event this past weekend at the former National Guard Armory on Ashland Road in Mansfield.   Organizer Bill Baker says Richland Moves applied for a grant and received bike lights.   Baker says he believes The Armory Project is an important component for the community.   Other things going on included a youth sale where adults can come through and look for items they might need in their home for a reasonable cost.   Baker says community help was the primary purpose for the event.
   
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