31 May Construction Update – May 25, 2017
Volunteers Lee Ellis and Kathlyn Gray are pictured above, working at the Brays Island House build this week.
All oriented volunteers are encouraged to come and join the excitement when we return to Trask Parkway next Tuesday and Thursday, between 8 am and noon. The Brays Island House will become home to Family Partner Sheryl Tucker and her son, Keyvon. In the pictures below, both taken on wall raising day back in March, Sheryl is with our Collegiate Challenge students from Neumann University, and Keyvon is painting a stud.
For more pictures of this house build, click here
For directions to the house build sites, click on the green links.
Volunteers and Family Partners have also been busy this week, painting at 4 Paulik Place. Aaron and Shakinna Murray are working very hard to complete the final 37 of their 400 hour sweat equity requirement. Volunteers and Family Partners are encouraged to come and help paint and clean at 4 Paulik Place, this Saturday between 8 am and noon. We are hoping to dedicate this house to the Murrays before the end of June!
Next Wednesday we need volunteers help build book shelves at the ReStore. The trailer that we have been using as a storage, sorting and processing facility for our ReStoreReReads business at the ReStore is no longer servicable, and we are relocating to what used to be the Door room at the ReStore.
If you have completed volunteer orientation and plan to participate in any of these opportunities, please email email@example.com so that he will know to expect you.
As many of our warehouse volunteers migrate north for the summer, we are in need of volunteer craftsmen and painters to produce The Beaufort Collection of porch furniture. Please contact volunteeer coordinator, Lee McSavaney if you can help. Call: 843-522-3500, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LowCountry Habitat for Humanity thanks all our volunteers for everything you do to help build homes, communities and hope in northern Beaufort County.