SECOND DAY OF WEST VIRGINIA SERVICE TRIP

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By Andrew Fellows 19′  Matt Majeske ’19

Today, we started off removing dirt from the house’s foundation, as well as finishing drywall on the interior. We met Mike, a United States army veteran who regularly volunteers with habitat. We got to know him through his stories when he was in the army and as well as his life in West Virginia. After lunch we back filled the dirt after the dimple board was placed around the foundation. Dimple board is there to protect the house’s foundation from frost. We finished are day by packing in the remaining dirt and sharing stories with Mike. We exceeded his expectation of all the work we got done.

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