Today is our last day at Habitat and we plan to travel back to Berkshire at 12:00.
We arrived at the Restore and met with Sue Ann and Gordon at about 9:30am to complete some inventory, pricing, and sorting. Sue Ann gave us our Habitat Safety Certificates and then it was off to work again. Kira and Masie worked on some administrative spread sheets. Penny and Kathleen worked on the Restore shelves to re-organize and sort the electrical items. Gordon, Mr. Quilty, Lucy, and Kate headed off to the property of Griffith St. to lock up some expensive materials that Habitat cannot afford to lose.
Penny and Kathleen work to sort the electrical items on the Habitat Restore shelves.
At 11:30am Habitat will provide us with lunch and we will have a special visitor. The soon to be homeowner of the house own Eakin St. will be stopping by to meet us. We look forward to meeting her. We have enjoyed our time here and look forward to bringing another group of students next year as well.
Sue Ann Leighty presenting us with our safety certificates at the Restore.
Penny, Kate, Kira, Maisie, Lucy, Kiana Pierce (Habitat for Humanity Homeowner), and Kathleen posing for our final picture before heading back to the Berkshires.
We want to thank the following people for helping to make this trip possible:
Sue Ann Leighty, Executive Director of Salem County Habitat for Humanity
Irene Dickey, Salem County Habitat for Humanity Board President
Gordon Hendry, Salem County Habitat for Humanity Volunteer
Dave Sparks, Salem County Habitat for Humanity Volunteer
Mike Maxwell, Salem County Habitat for Humanity Construction Manager
Bill Butler, Executive Director of Salem County YMCA
Pastor Keith Holt, First Assembly of God Church at Carneys Point
Jasper Turner, Director of Pro-Vita (Berkshire School)