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We have accomplished a lot in the past two weeks at Cleveland County Habitat for Humanity!

The construction at Willow Street in Noble is moving quickly! The Methodist Men group from Mcfarlin United Methodist Church have performed the majority of what you see here, but I was there with my coworker Destiney to help for a few days. We have selected the family for this home, and we will be notifying them in the coming days!

Destiney Hopkins found a friend on her helmet while helping move equipment!
Volunteer John Verbick was here helping the crew install sheetrock!
Volunteer Coordinator (and yours truly) applying a second coat of paint to the front porch at 607 Willow Street.
Volunteers from Mcfarlin UMC installing drywall

In other news, the construction project at 630 Iowa Street that was previously beleaguered by weather and contractor delays is moving forward; the final rough-in and plumbing inspection, as well as the pouring of the foundation, will be completed in the next two weeks. After that, we will be ready to receive volunteers to help with framing!

Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will be at J.D. McCarty Center for Children with Developmental Disabilities with us on Saturday, July 31st to start renovating JDMC’s historic boxcar. We will be updating the blog and uploading more photos of these projects and more in the coming weeks!

Stay with us, and as always, send me an email at [email protected] or call at 405.366.2813

Warmest regards!

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