Roswell Headstart children will be ready to roll this holiday season after the Eddy County-based charity Ride For Bikes announced its plans Thursday to donate 335 bikes to the Roswell nonprofit organization. Ride For Bikes is made up primarily of employees from the Artesia companies Navajo Refining Co. and Holly Frontier Corp.
Roswell Headstart area supervisor John Wagner said the bikes will go a long way to serving Roswell’s low income, poverty-stricken families.
“Our median household income is $15,000 a year. So a lot of these children don’t necessarily receive a gift for Christmas. And these Login to read more