We have 10 Care-A-Vanners on site and we were joining another four groups of volunteers to work on two projects on older homes as well as a new construction effort. Here is a look at some of the work we were involved with:
Here Ron (one awesome local lead assistant construction supervisor) is discussing progress and the work with the home owners.
Meanwhile we had a couple of CAV teams over at the new construction site framing and raising some walls.
Pam and I joined local volunteer David and were involved three groups of folks from area companies and churches who painted this old house.
Dave was nice enough to help us grab a momento of our time at this house.
We are so impressed with the leadership here on the build. They have really organized each projects so well! They have materials on site for us and have really thought through the details so the volunteers can get to work. I don't think we have lost any time waiting on tools or materials.
Plus they really know how to incorporate new volunteers into a productive work force. Very well done by the folks at the Capitol Region Habitat for Humanity affiliate. It creates a smooth flowing and enjoyable atmosphere so where people come out for a day to volunteer from their regular jobs, they can look back with a sense of accomplishment.
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