Construction Update – June 1, 2017

Construction Update – June 1, 2017

 

Your support helps a family help themselves
In this week’s pictures from Michael, above, volunteer James Daniels and Family Partners Jessica and Jordan Long, Denise Simmons, Brandi Hussmann and her son Cameron, Kayla White and Natiema Fuller-Busby’s son Michael, and Aaron Murray were earning sweat equity hours at 4 Paulik Place last Saturday. The Murrays have now completed their sweat equity requirement of 450 hours and work at 4 Paulik Place is now complete!  In the picture below, Family Partner Natiema Fuller-Busby is anchoring down hurricane brackets at the Brays Island House Build.

 

This Saturday, next Tuesday and Wednesday we need construction volunteers and Family Partners at the Brays Island House Build between 8 am and noon. If you plan to volunteer, please email Michael at michael@lowcountryhabitat.org so that he can plan accordingly.

On Thursday we possibly have a deconstruction project in Shell Point. If you are interested in helping with this please email Michael.

LowCountry Habitat for Humanity thanks all our volunteers for everything you do to help build homes, communities and hope in northern Beaufort county.

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