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VOLUNTEER SCHEDULE: SATURDAY, FEB. 1ST.

TASKS: Vinyl siding installation

TOOLS: Hammer & nail pouch (don’t have one, we have plenty).

START TIME: 8 am beginning with opening prayer & safety talk

LUNCH: Soup with crackers/rolls, cold drinks & desserts provided by St. Mark’s United Methodist Women

Most of the tasks are at ground level, some tasks later in the day will be on step ladders, but very little over 8′ off the ground.

HOPE TO SEE EVERYONE THERE!

VOLUNTEER SCHEDULE: JAN. 25TH.

TASKS: Caulking and clean-up are on the schedule for Saturday.  The elf crew assures me they will be ready for a crew of caulkers.  They will finish the installation of the soffit & other details on the outside of the house.

TOOLS NEEDED: None! We will have the caulk, caulking guns & latex gloves.  All we need is you.

START TIME:9 am.  Due to a colder start to the day, we are changing the start time to 9 am.

The only requirement is working from either the bottom step or second step on a step ladder.  A sizable crew will cut down on the time required.  Proper instruction is available.  SEE YOU SATURDAY!

VOLUNTEER SCHEDULE: SATRUDAY, JAN. 18TH:

Installation of the shingles on the roof, clean-up on exterior & interior of house.

TOOLS REQUIRED: Hammer & nail pouch (if you have them).

START TIME: 8 am.

SKILLS:  for roofing, ability to work on structure while nailing shingles.  There are orther tasks on the ground for those not able to work above.  We also have the opportunity for some photo ops as Ramsey Reality will be there to present a check to pay for the windows.  We are asking the Marshall News Messenger for press coverage.  We are also asking that any volunteers who received a pink “Women Build” T-shirt to please wear it on Saturday.

LUNCH:  Will be provided by Zula Boone & La Armistad Nueva, 2 women’s service groups from Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

VOLUNTEER DAY – SATURDAY, DEC. 21ST.:  Clean up inside/outside of house to remove leaves/dirt/trash.  Little dirt work to help with drainage around foundation.

START TIME/TOOLS: 8 am (weather permitting) for an hour or two.  Broom/dust pan and/or garden rake/shovel.

THANKS!

VOLUNTEER SCHEDULE: SATURDAY, NOV. 14th.

On the schedule for this week-end will be the installation of the roof decking & felt paper.  TOOLS REQUIRED:  a good hammer if you have one, if not we have plenty.  REQUIREMENTS: Most work will be off the ground, ao the ability to work off ladders and on the roof as the sheets of plywood are being installed.  There will be work available at ground level.  Please dress appropriately for the expected call weather.  START TIME: We will begin at 8 am with opening prayer, safety talk & assignment of duties.  HOPE TO SEE MANY WOMEN THERE as this is part of our Women Build requirements.

THANKS!

VOLUNTEER SCHEDULE: DEC. 7TH

On the schedule for Saturday, Dec. 7th. is installing the decking (plywood) & felt (tar) paper. REQUIREMENTS: Be able to drive nails while working off the ground.  There is some work from ladders, but most will be from on the roof as we install the decking going uphill.  TOOLS REQUIRED: A good hammer, if you don’t have one, we have plenty.  Dress appropriately as the weatherman says it will be cold.  LUNCH:  will be provided by La Amistad Nueva Circle & Zula Boone Circle from Cumberland Presbyterian Church.  START TIME: 8 am

Thanks!

ETBU Mission Marketplace

We want to take this opportunity to invite everyone to join us and other ministries to the ETBU Mission Marketplace.  It will be Monday, Nov. 4th starting at 6 pm.  We will have a table with information set up to discuss opportunities to volunteer with us.  The event is open to all T\ETBU faculty, staff and students.  Also the general public is invited to attend.  It’s free to attend and there are not many other places to check out so many local ministries in one place.  Hope to see everyone there!