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Greenheck Fan to donate 40 bikes to The Neighbors' Place

5:53 PM, Sep. 25, 2013
Greenheck Fan Corp. worker Laurinda Braun of Wausau dries a refurbished bike Wednesday afternoon at the Greenheck Product Development Facility in Weston.
Greenheck Fan Corp. worker Laurinda Braun of Wausau dries a refurbished bike Wednesday afternoon at the Greenheck Product Development Facility in Weston.
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Employees of Greenheck Fan Corp.'s fan and ventilation unit have partnered with The Neighbors' Place to donate one of a local community resource center's most coveted items: bikes.

Greenheck employees on Friday will deliver 40 recycled bikes to The Neighbors' Place Wheels Again program.

Kathy Rubino, donations director for The Neighbors' Place furniture and basic needs bank, said the goal of Wheels Again is to provide bikes to Wausau-area adults who otherwise have no method of transportation. Since its start May 2012, the organization has given out more than 200 bikes in the area, but ...

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