Over the past couple of months, our outreach houses have undergone major changes. Many of our summer camper groups have taken on the challenge of demolition, installing windows, putting up siding, and more during their stays with us. Here is an update on what they have accomplished so far.
The former “White House” has become the “Blue House,” with all-new blue siding covering the exterior. This house, which is set to become our Children’s Outreach House, is almost fully sided. It has new windows and new doors, making the house look almost complete from the outside. On the inside, it is almost cleared out and ready for future projects. These include plumbing and electrical, followed by drywall. If you have experience in any of these areas, or if you just want to help out, we are looking for volunteers to help with these projects! If you are interested, contact [email protected].
Though not as far along as the Blue House, the Redeemer House has also had a lot of recent changes. The house has new windows and is preparing for siding to go up soon. Many parts of the house still need a lot of work for the house to become usable, but it has made great strides. We are excited for this house to be used as an Adult Outreach House in the future!