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... at our camp in Cottondale called Y's Acres (it is owned by the local YMCA) and Habitat restored and runs the camp. It can house up to 40 volunteers at a time. One of the special perks that we are recipients of when they are here is that Cheryl makes the rounds to all of the sites- we had four houses under construction this past week- with here car turned into the chuck wagon- filled with thermoses of coffee and hot ...
... December 14th, 2012. Guess what happened two weeks later, on Christmas Eve? Yep. Dedication. Keys and the Bible. News cameras and crews. Speeches and tears of joy. And Jackie and her three kids moved in on Christmas day. I say all this to lead up to the topic of todays ramblings. Diagonally across from Jackie Wrights new home was another dilapidated structure that was built over 100 years ago. This was the home of Ms. Audrey ...
In addition to new homes for people who were affected by the April 2011 tornado, Habitat Tuscaloosa also has established a re-hab arm know as NRI (Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative). At he site of our last 5-day blitz build, our staff canvassed the neighbors in the west end of town and asked how we could help with necessary repairs to their homes. This past week, we began work on two of the projects, working with a plethora ...
... is, getting hooked on volunteering. Doesn't seem to be anyknown cure for the condition. I was overjoyed when I heard that we would be hosting some Korean speaking guests. I had the opportunity years ago, in 1980-81 to work and live in Seoul, South Korea. Met my wife at the time and brought her back to the US. I managed to pick up some Korean language, reading, writing and speaking- not much but some, ...
... even before they were hit with a wall of 8 foot water from the Gulf of Mexico. Most of the homes in Biloxi were 80 years old, built just on concrete block piers as foundations with nothing holding them down except for gravity. When the waters of the gulf came in and up 8 feet in three hours that Sunday morning, many of the homes simply turned into boats and went floating down the street into someone else's ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking