On opening day for Major League Baseball, we thought it would be appropriate to share a story that warmed out hearts. It involves the Los Angeles Dodgers and Habitat for Humanity's most famous volunteer, former President Jimmy Carter.
The article below recently appeared in the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journals.
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