Right up front, I want to show you some of the folks who are responsible for this - The Hardee County HFH Board of Directors. We met them last night at their board meeting.
These folks are 100% volunteers and the affiliate has no paid positions on their staff.
Pretty impressive to be building homes because of people who work really hard after hours, on holidays and on weekends to make it happen! There web site is at: Hardee County Habitat for Humanity. It was great to meet the board and attend their meeting.
We have had most interaction with Kathleen, the Volunteer Coordinator (third from right, below) and (far left at top picture). Our CAV leaders Mary Kay and Ray pictured second from left and second from right on bottom picture) will be here five months and see the house finished.
It is fun seeing this house take shape. We arrived before the foundation was even poured.
Ray and Ralph keeping a watchful eye
The concrete workers doing their thing
After the foundation and driveway got poured, we focused on the shed that Ray and Mary Kay, Ralph and Darlene had started.
The walls were up and secured at the end of the first day along with some of the rafters.
Another Habitat house is going up and we are glad to be here!
That is all for this edition of the Roadrunner Chronicles ~ thanks for joining us! Hope you all have a terrific Thanksgiving and a safe, enjoyable holiday!