Work site for Thursday, July 27 – Report to the warehouse at 101 Leona Road, Woodbury. We plan to build some wood racks in the back shed and work on miscellaneous tasks. If we have sufficient crew, we can send a gang to Tanyard for drywall work.
Progress from Tuesday, July 25 –
Tom reports: We had a pretty good turnout at Allen St today. New volunteer’s Keith and Jake came out to help along with our regulars Rich, John, Jim, Penny, and Tom. Walt and Tony popped in and out while we were there. I took care of some miscellaneous electrical stuff while John fixed two pieces of siding that came down and reattached it so it won’t happen again. Jim stopped by to work on the front porch lattice along with help from Rich while Keith, Jake, Rich, Walt and John all jumped in to weed, clean the gutter, cut the grass and reseed. Inspection for the soil conservation is coming soon. Rich also fixed the keeper on the bathroom door
*Bathroom needs a toilet paper holder and towel bar. John took the keeper from the front door deadbolt home to file it out a little bigger (can’t lock the deadbolt). Also noticed we need to install a louvered door in front of the heater (48 1/2 wide x 81 ½ high) and hang the fire extinguisher.
Work continued at the warehouse – Keith and Jake were a big help there, also – first, they worked over at Allen mowing, weed whacking and then helped move things at the warehouse. Bob, Gavin, Bernie and Lori built a new panel rack, repaired some equipment, cleaned and organized and set up a donated grizzly table saw.
Wednesday, July 26 – Walt reports that Allen Street home passed Soil Conservation Inspection today. Good work on watering that new lawn, Ken and Nadine!
Bob has caught the repurposing bug! I believe he wants to use this former panel rack as a rowing trainer and start a GC Habitat crew team!