The Prince of Peace participation in the building of our 2019 Holy Hammers Habitat for Humanity twin home on 593/595 Whitall has been completed. With the finishing of eight weeks of construction, the twin home is progressing. It is up, roofed, the windows and exterior doors are in, three sides are sided and painted and the plumbing, heating and electric are all roughed in. Holy Hammers has two weeks of work remaining and then Twin City Habitat volunteers will be assigned the remainder of the work. Front porch, front side windows, trim, siding and painting, backside steps, garage, insulation, dry wall, interior painting, flooring, cabinets, trim, interior doors, appliances, landscaping and sidewalks remain to be completed.
Fifteen volunteers from Prince of Peace provided twenty-three work days on the project!
We are grateful for the following volunteers that helped with this project: Anne Christ, Peter Christ, James Ericksen, Peter Haugan, Caryn Josephson, Dave Olson, Sarah Rawitzer, TJ Rawitzer, Russ Stolle, Steve Sveom, Bill Thornton, Chris Thornton, Heather Thornton, Lea Thornton and Chris Henningson.
Special thanks to the volunteers who provided food for two of the work days: Anne Haugan, Audrey Henningson, Maria Larson, Mary Palumbo, Jean Knaak, Judy Florine, Linda Olson and Ruth Sorenson-Prokosch.
Prince of Peace congregation contributed $3,985 to this year’s project ($2,500 from the budget and $1,485 from the Ash Wednesday collection).
For more information about Habitat for Humanity, click here: https://www.tchabitat.org/