Carpenter’s Club

May 21, 2018

The Carpenter’s Club is a group of committed donors who, through their regular, recurring contributions, help Habitat say “YES” to more local families — making sure they have the opportunity to achieve strength, stability and self-reliance through homeownership. The consistent giving through the Carpenter’s Club makes a real difference. When we know we’ll have a recurring amount coming in from dedicated Carpenter’s Club members, we can plan our home building and repair projects well in advance: your contributions could mean the difference between starting a project or delaying it. Please make a difference and join the Carpenter’s Club today. WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN: Recurring gifts help reduce postage, paper, and administrative costs. Hassle-free regular donations made automatically from your credit card. Knowing your donation is put to work right away! Complete statements provided at year-end for tax purposes. You may change or suspend your donation at any time. TO JOIN: Simply select Carpenter’s Club on our donation page.


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Scott visited the Carroll County Career & Technology Center today to present certificates and Habitat For Humanity swag to the carpenters that built Natasha's shed. These builders worked under the guidance of their instructor, Jon Mersinger. These young men did an outstanding job, with great attention to detail and workmanship! Scott said was nice to see a full class of future carpenters in the shop insuring that there will continue to be excellent home builders and craftsmen in our future! And a huge shout out to the Carroll County Career & Technology Center for making sure that our future employees/employers are learning valuable trades that aren't taught in colleges.

Pictured (L-R) Wyatt Cox, Travis Oden, Jon Mersinger and Brandon Pettigrew
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Carpentry Students Build Shed for Our Newest Home!

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Huge shout out to Wyatt Cox, Brandon Pettigrew and Travis Oden, students of Jon Mersinger at the Carroll County Career and Technology Center. These guys did a great job in constructing…

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