Holiday Inn Express Tuscaloosa-University
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But they were wrong. They said you couldn't build a house in a hundred hours. It was Susan's idea. Brandon's wife suggested that for the 100th house that we build in Tuscaloosa with Habitat for Humanity we should build it in 100 hrs. Brandon, our construction director here, also to commemorate the event, entered himself in a 100 mile race. He came in second and ran for 24 hours and 30 minutes mostly non-stop, and ...
... me of a conversation that we had had that I didn't remember saying, but he said that when asked how many houses did I think we could build in the next few years together, my answer was fifty. Well, guess what? We did it.
Well, not just Brandon and me. One group of the many, many that have come to volunteer with us over the years is a group from Lafayette, Indiana called the Kairos Carpenters. It is led by a couple, Larry ...
... next six months. Besides being an awesome builder, Trent's claim to fame here in T-Town is that he sampled all 46 of the summer snow flavors while he was here. He couldn't decide on a first place favorite- said it was a tie between watermelon and green apple.
Joey Crimmins went back home to Indiana to work with Habitat there. He worked with us for two years here and will be ...
... west end and will be the home of Mr. Albert Witherspoon. He's been working down his sweat equity hours already on a number of homes on Juanita Drive.
Last week saw the second coming of Bradenton group from Florida. Father and son Bobbys plus three. Hard workers all. Backfilled with sand and set the rebar for the safe room foundation at 110, final finished all the touchup and punchlist at Jennifer Miles at 115 and worked ...
... were there, we ran into Brandon Kasteler who was up on the roof of the first house the newly re-booted affiliate of Habitat was building. I knew Brandon from my Biloxi days after Hurricane Katrina. He was working with Bill Stallworth, a local councilman from Biloxi, and they had set up a non-profit organization that was doing the case work for all the families affected by Katrina in Biloxi. Their organization ...