Road to the Nations Update: Donate today to help us finish paving Richardson Springs Road

RICHARDSON SPRINGS: We have begun the next step in the process of paving Richardson Springs Road. First of all, we’d like to thank all of you who have given toward this project. Wow! To date, we have raised nearly $158,000 for our Road to the Nations campaign.


Replacing a culvert on Richardson Springs Road

Mike and John fix a culvert on Richardson Springs Road.

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Below is the video transcript:

Road work ahead on Richardson Springs Road

Making the update video for Richardson Springs Road

Some of you may not have seen Richardson Springs Road yet since we’ve repaved it. So far we’ve gotten about half of the road done and we’re looking forward to getting the rest finished this summer if we can raise the money needed to pave it.

So have a look at the road and how smooth it is. We are enjoying that it’s paved, that it’s smooth, that it’s safe, but we’re only halfway done.

We’re really looking forward to having this road paved and we want to do it so that it lasts for a long time so we’re doing things like engineering drainage ditches and culverts so that we can protect the road in the rainy season.

The next step is to put a couple of inches of road base, which is small gravel. We’re going to do that right away, and we’re going to prepare the road for this summer. If we can raise enough money, we’re going to pave the road once it gets hot.

We are astounded by the outpouring of generosity for this road project. Some of you have even come and given time and energy to make this happen, like Farmer John who graded the second half of the road so that we could prepare it for the next step.

Would you join the hundreds of others who have given to this campaign?

Please, make a donation today.

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