Hilton Garden Inn Tuscaloosa
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... track of these things, tells me that we have worked with over 14,000 volunteers in the three years that Ive been here. Faces are easy to remember when you walk up to them on Monday morning. Names, well, that's what our pink duct tape and sharpies are for.
I was off the Monday the group started to work on Juanita drive. Merle and Michelle normally work on different sites but this time were able to work together. They ...
... generally college and HS students. Project Children places them in host families around the country, so they also have a chance to taste a bit of American lifestyles.
This is the third year that Project Children has worked with Habitat Tuscaloosa. Denis and about six adult leaders or chaperones are the only returnees, all of the students only come to participate once. Pat and Gwen Kelly, an American couple ...
... making quilts. He also made many rya rugs needlepoints, made all of the curtains in our home,etc. He made the wall hanging that is in my living room as we speak in Tuscaloosa.
He had quite a quick temper and although he never hit any of us, if we were doing something that he disapproved of, his one eyebrow would go up andthat was usually enough to get us to stop what we shouldn't have been doing. Just for the record and ...
We had only a small group of out of towners staying with us this past week. Seven came from the same church in South Carolina and a onesie came by herself from New York, New York (a place so great they had to name it twice). They all stayed at our volunteer camp outside of Tuscaloosa shich is called Y's Acres. The 70 acre camp is owned by the local YMCA (get it- Y's Acres?) and was rehabbed by Habitat so that we could house ...
... last two homes are not competing with each other.
The two main groups with us this past week were a group of HS kids from Tyngsboro, Mass. The other large group was from Montgomery College in Maryland. Both groups stayed at our volunteer camp and stretched the capacity a bit with 42 total staying in a 40 capacity area. Thanks guys!
We also had ...