Benzie County HFH News
Habitat for Humanity of Benzie County needs a builder with knowledge and experience in all aspects of residential construction. Habitat recently began construction of an affordable, energy efficient, ADA compliant home east of the Village of Honor, on Helen Scott Drive. The builder currently working on this project can no longer continue to do so – Habitat needs a replacement IMMEDIATELY.
Habitat is looking for a person that can work 3 – 5 days a week, manage all on-site activities, supervise and motivate volunteer labor, ensure conformance with approved plans and specifications, comply with all applicable building codes and generally keep the build on schedule and on budget.
If you are interested in helping Habitat complete this home for a low-income family with special needs, please contact Bill Merry, Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity of Benzie County at 231-352-7953, or firstname.lastname@example.org .
During our annual meeting in June we elected new officers and added a new director to the Benzie County Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors! Pictured from left: Jennifer Murtaugh (Vice President), Lisa Breithaupt (New Director), William Merry (Executive Director), Norma Corwin (President), Steve Vanderperre, MaryEllen Miller (Secretary), William Dundon (Treasurer), John Collins, Steve Mitchell, Brad Pierce, Linda Kehr (Attorney), and Bill Frostic. Not pictured are Jim Sheets, Brooke Trentham-Popp, Mike Thompson, and Scott Kidder.
(Photo taken by Sue Fischer)
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