Celo Friends/Celo Community Work Day

Fran Giardina welcomed the lunch break after a morning spent painting trim in the Mitchell-Yancey Habitat for Humanity home in Burnsville. Fran was part of the 16-volunteer crew from Celo Friends/Celo Community that worked to finish the home by January.

Fran Giardina welcomed the lunch break after a morning spent painting trim in the Mitchell-Yancey Habitat for Humanity home in Burnsville. Fran was part of the 16-volunteer crew from Celo Friends/Celo Community that worked to finish the home by January.

Lisa Lane loading her paint roller to paint the future home owner's 8 year old daughter's room at the nearly finished Mitchell-Yancey Habitat for Humanity home on Celo Street in Burnsville.  Lisa was one of 16 volunteers with Celo Friends/Celo Community who did much finish work December 6.

Lisa Lane

Homeowner of the nearly finished Mitchell-Yancey Habitat for Humanity home in Burnsville, Adriana Silva Molinero, and her son Edwin, 17, helped the volunteers from Celo Friends and Celo Community on a recent Saturday. Adriana and Edwin work on their home as often as they can. Eight year old Jamie gives moral support.

Homeowner

Gred Gross and Elliott Phillips were caught in a painting-can-be-fun pose at the Mitchell-Yancey Habitat for Humanity home on Celo Street in Burnsville. Elliott's brother Keenan was doing the same in the hallway. The three were with the volunteer work crew from Celo Friends/Celo Community.

Gred and Elliot

 

Gib Barrus and Colin Sugioka paused during their work on the Mitchell-Yancey Habitat for Humanity home in progress. Gib was crew leader for 16 volunteers from Celo Friends/Celo Community December 6. Colin was one of the founders of the local Habitat affiliate in 1992.

Gib and Collin

 

Peggy Tibbits helped put finishing touches on the Mitchell-Yancey Habitat for Humanity home. She worked with 15 other volunteers from Celo Friends/Celo Community in a push to complete the home by January.

Peggy Tibbits

 

 Randy Raskin, Joyce Johnson, and Jessica Ruegg, with the Celo work crew, serve themselves the delicious lunch that Joyce and Jane Goldthwait (not pictured) made for the volunteer work crew from Celo Friends/Celo Community Dec. 6.  Joyce was one of the original founders of Mitchell-Yancey Habitat for Humanity affiliate in 1992.

Randy, Joyce and Jessica