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... her taking ownership of a zero percent mortgage home. At the end of the week we had a mini-builders blessing (not quite a dedication) for all of the volunteers. Jennifer gave a heartfelt speech for the crowd and we saw some tears of gratitude on her which then caused more tears in the audience. Moments like that make all of what we do make sense.
The other group, led by Pastor Bill, from Spruce Pines Presbyterian ...
... returnism and this past week was here eighth trip to work with us here in Tuscaloosa. Joe and Pam were here too. Joe did the rails on the Faith build and also set the kitchen cabinets at the womens build on the saturday before he left. They have a gigantic fifth wheel with a "toy box" at the back of it that they use to haul their Honda three wheel motorcycle. Beautiful couple. They are new to RV CareaVanning, but seems like ...
... than the don't ask.
On Friday, with the roof plywood done and most of the tar paper installed, some dark grey coluds blew in and I asked our Mennonite friends to jump over to the Women's Build and finish up the tar paper before the rain. They responded quickly and without complaint and finished it up in a timely manner, almost before the rain started.
Anna and her crew also ran all the fascia board around, pulled ...
... s progress. The exterior of both homes is nearly complete and the trades have all nearly completed roughing in the plumbing, electric and heat.
Stephen Scott worked with his dad, Mark Scott at the Bay-Waveland affiliate of Habitat for nearly six years and helped to build 200 homes for people on the Gulf Coast. Unfortunately for us here, Stephen has put in for his resignation and his last day with us will be April 15th. He will ...
... boomerangers" in that they have been here with us before and actually came back! Laverne and Sue Clark came last year for two weeks and decided to stay for 5 or 6.
This group is also trained in disaster response and has proven a great boon, providing leadership for volunteers wanting to help after natural disasters over the past years. The group, obviously, are mobile and ready to move at a moments ...
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