Habitat for Humanity Seeks Labor and Lunch Volunteers!

Habitat for Humanity Seeks Labor and Lunch Volunteers Saturday, January 26 through Friday, February 1:  The days ahead will be a busy one at the Cayer House in Sharon, Vermont, as Habitat for Humanitiy prepares for cellulose insulation application the week of the 28th. They are seeking help to fill the following volunteer roles:

    • Saturday, 26th to help prep for insulation. Help get stuff out of the house and making it clean for the insulation process. Work will start at 8:30 a.m.

     • Monday-Friday, January 28 – Friday, February 1st, Help Insulate.

     • Tuesday-Friday, January 29 – Friday, February 1st, Provide lunches for the work crews!

No particular skill level is required, just an eagerness to help and to learn!

For more information and to sign up, please email two people:

     Eva Loomis at office@uppervalleyhabitat.org and

     Jim Masland, Construction Manager, at jamesq56@yahoo.com.

Be sure to provide contact information you can be notified at if any work days are cancelled due to temperature or weather.

Directions to the Site:

The Cayer House is on Sharon Meadows Drive in Sharon, VT (GPS lists it as South Royalton). Take Exit 2 off of  I-89 .  At the end of the ramp, turn towards the town of Sharon and then turn right at the end of the road onto Route 14.  About ½ mile up, turn left at the Midway Station store onto River Road, crossing the bridge and following to your right.  In another ½ mile, turn left onto Howe Hill Road, then right onto Sharon Meadows Drive after ¼ mile.

At the fork, go left onto an unmarked road and look for our construction site on your left.  You will see our trailer and banner.

Habitat is super excited about this big push because once the house is insulated, crews will be able to work in a warm house!

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