And The Walls Go Up On House #33
Sierra Pacific Industries, LLC, has partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Mason County! Sierra Pacific has donated the lumber studs for framing House #33 which is under construction in Shorecrest! This is lumber that’s been both grown and milled in Mason County and will now be used to build a home for a family that qualifies for a Habitat for Humanity of Mason County home – “A hand-up, not a hand-out”.
Habitat Executive Director Marty Crow and longtime Habitat construction volunteer John Bosshart met at the Sierra Pacific Industries administration office to pick up their safety gear on July 29th and then went out to receive the load of studs from the Sierra Pacific Shipping Supervisor.
The Smith family has been selected to purchase House #33. They have been began working with Habitat to complete the 400 hours in sweat equity required to purchase a Habitat home. Habitat plans for completion of House #33 after the new year and are looking to open the application for House #34 in November!
Construction volunteers are welcome to join us for work parties while practicing social distancing. For information on how you can volunteer or support Habitat for Humanity of Mason County call the office at 360-426-8134 or visit the website at www.habitatmasonwa.org.