Wrapping his left arm around a basketball Adrian Harvey, rubbed the top for luck before tossing it easily into the net.
A group of cyclists made a stop in the area Thursday afternoon to help raise awareness for disabilities.
With 3,600 miles of a 4,200 cross-country bicycle journey behind them, the men of Pi Kappa Phi's The Ability Experience got to rest their legs Wednesday evening and meet with some of the people they will eventually be helping in Huntington.
The Journey of Hope had the chance to take part in a Carolina Miracle League baseball game in Spartanburg, South Carolina on Wednesday, July 29.
When 20 members of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity return to campus this fall, they'll have quite a story to share about how they spent the summer. The members are nearing the end of a journey which began in Seattle and will end in Washington D.C. It's the Journey of Hope put on by The Ability Experience.
It's the largest fraternal fundraiser of its time. It is called the Journey of Hope and it is put on annually by Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and their non-profit, The Ability Experience.
When it comes to those with disabilities, making difference is about inclusion, officials say.
A team of cyclists participating in The Ability Experience's (formerly Push America) "Journey of Hope," a 4,000-mile cross-country bike ride to raise funds and awareness for people with disabilities, will be making a pit stop at the Charles Lea Center on Wednesday, July 29.