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I hope you all had a happy and fun 4th of July. This past week we passed the sheathing inspection so we are ready to move on. Our next workday will be this Saturday, July 13, starting at 7:30am. We will be installing the housewrap, placing the shower, rearranging walls in the master bath and installing deadwood.
Hope to see you there!
As always, please check this web site for the current workday status before attending and meet one of our representatives to sign a waiver before starting work.
New Hope Acres:
DIRECTIONS: Take 515 north past Walmart to Philadelphia Rd. Turn left on Philadelphia to your first street on the right which is Hobson Rd. Turn right on Hobson and travel about a ½ mile to Lance Road on your right. Turn right on Lance and travel to first stop sign. Lance road turns left here onto a gravel road. Take the gravel road until you see the entrance to “New Hope Acres” on the right.
At the intersection of GA 53 (Church Street) and Highway 5/515 go north to Philadelphia Road which is the third traffic light past this intersection.Turn Left onto Philadelphia Road and proceed .4 tenths of a mile to Hobson Road, turn right on Hobson Road and proceed .4 tents of a mile to Lance Road and turn right, follow Lance Road to the 3-way Stop and turn left onto the gravel portion of Lance Road, continue on Lance Road .3 tenths of a mile to the entrance to NHA and New Hope Street. Turn onto paved road and building site is on the left.
Habitat for Humanity Pickens County, GA is seeking a Volunteer to serve as Chairman of the Board for the local affiliate.
Habitat’s mission is to mobilize volunteers from our community to form
a cohesive coalition to fund and build simple decent affordable housing
in partnership with God’s love.
Utilizing your business skills, you will be asked to act as a social media
advisor, grant writer, or resource development liaison, as well as other
administrative roles. Your management skills will flourish as you oversee committee’s such as volunteerrelations, homebuyer selection and homeownersupport, fundraising and as point person for the affiliate
in Pickens County.
As you can see, it takes a variety of backgrounds working together to create transformational change in neighborhoods. Strengthening communities is a challenging, but rewarding task. The work you do could
make a difference for families in your hometown.
Interested, contact Habitat for Humanity Pickens County at 706-253-2393 or E-mail us at pickenshfh.org