After two weeks on the job site, Friday, was our final day as RV Care-A-Vanner volunteers for the Highlands County Habitat for Humanity in Sebring, Florida.
We met some incredible people–volunteers, home owners and Habitat employees–who all believe in the principle of simple, decent, affordable housing.
Read Jimmy’s reflections on his two weeks of volunteering for Habitat by clicking on ‘Jimmy Smith’s ‘Another View‘ and scrolling down to ‘END OF ONE ADVENTURE, ONTO THE NEXT’ – Saturday, Dec. 18, 2010.
Photo: Highlands County Habitat for Humanity construction crew working on House 7 in Sebring, Fl., on Friday, Dec. 17, 2010–from left: Habitat crew leader Robert Shotts, volunteer Joseph O’Neill, construction foreman Frank Nelson, House 6 homeowner Ariel Madden, volunteer Larry Larsen and RV Care-A-Vanner Jimmy Smith. (Julianne G. Crane)
Congratulations. All your hard work and long hours on the construction site paid off. What a wonderful outcome for you and your son. We are proud to have been a very tiny part of it.
Julianne and Jimmy
THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR HELP, MY HOUSE (NUMBER 6) IS ALMOST DONE AND IM GETTING READY TO MOVE IN ANY TIME NOW 🙂