From Putnam County (OH) Habitat for Humanity Facebook post 11/16/19:
What a great day! We had a bunch of great help come out to the Critical Home Repair, today. The roof project was for a local Army veteran and his cancer-kicking wife.
Putnam County Habitat for Humanity is proud of all of its projects and volunteers, but when you can lend a hand to a veteran and his family, we see a different level of pride.
We had members of Rollin’ Thunder Motorcycle Club out of Defiance County.
We had multiple volunteers from Fort Jennings State Bank.
We had members of our Board of Directors.
We had several local, regular volunteers.
We had relatives of the family.
We had a teen come over from Pandora-Gilboa area.
We had the lunch donated by Continental Sons of American Legion Post 541 and delivered by Legionnaire Ed Rau and organized by Denny Ordway.
Neighbor Darrell Elkins donated the use of his awesome shop/building for our lunch.
Huge thanks to Tom Wehri for the use and operating of his skid loader, and for storing the shingles in his heated garage.
And finally, a huge thanks to Noah Helms and his crew for leading and helping us with these projects.
I’m sure I’m forgetting some, and I apologize.
There will be a little bit of work to finish, tomorrow, so if you would like to come out and help….let us know.
If you look at these Facebook posts and see all of the amazing projects we do? If you see or notice the impact they make on the families? If you would like to help Habitat continue to grow and do amazing things? Please keep us in mind if you are looking for an organization to support. We could use more volunteers as we start to look at our Spring projects. Also, we could use any financial support you can offer. We would love to see our Habitat family continue to grow.