Team 7 came from Fairbury, Eureka, Peoria, California, Wichita, Rockville, Washington, Remington, Forrest, Bluffton, Kansas City, Burlington and Goodfield.
Monday Morning.... On your mark, get set, GO!
Giving Inez's bathroom a fresh coat of paint.
Mudding begins so mixing away to keep the Cabrera crew busy.
Hardworking AND stylish. By end of the week, the Juan home was painted.
Taking time out after deep-cleaning to sing hymns together.
Shokti was very grateful for a clean home and her handymen.
God bless America! A creative result from scraping paint off Ms. Thelma's walls.
Prepping walls for a fresh coat of paint at Ms.Thelma's home.
Ms. Thelma was thankful for her helpful crew.
Insulation installation with guarded inhalation at the Livingston home.
Many hands made for good progress at the Livingston home!
"Take my hands and let them move at the impulse of thy love."
Curious questions from a neighborhood boy.
Drywall installation at the Wells home -- some of the volunteers don't need a ladder.
Amazing team work of all ages working at the Wells home.
A homeowner stopped by a job site to ask for assistance for running water. She was very grateful to receive a new water heater.
The epitome of teamwork. Trusses up in 56 minutes at Ms Martha's new home.
From foundation to roof -- Ms Martha's house came alive this week.
Encouraged by Martha Mae's thankful spirit, faith in God and many hugs!
"Can't have tummies empty, that would never do!" We appreciate the donated meat from Midwest Food Bank.
Posted on Monday Feb 27
by Joyce Kloter