Habitat for Humanity is building in Denver! We are excited to present the McMillan Family as the recipient of this home. Vanessa has been in the program since March of 2016. Between she and her teenaged son they have earned almost 200 hours!
Habitat wants to welcome our newest AmeriCorps VISTA, Megan Bales! Originally from Lincoln County, Megan graduated from Appalachian State University in May of 2017 with a bachelors of science in Sociology and Women’s Studies.
This week, the Habitat Readers program completed a totem pole build at three libraries in Lincoln County: West Lincoln Library, Shanklin Library, and Jonas Library. During the event, the children learned about the key mission of HFHLC as well as the history and meaning of totem poles, made by Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest.
We are utilizing a new volunteer registration and calendar system called VolunteerUp. With this new system volunteers will be able to register for volunteer shifts for construction, ReStore, Neighborhood Revitalization projects and more. Projects will be posted ahead of time and you will be able to schedule shifts for up to three months in advance.