Demolition volunteers on first day of Habitat for Humanity pilot project (from back left)- Sally Carmichael

Photo: The Demolition Crew

Demolition began on the Home for the Hunts project on the weekend. The project is a pilot to bring Habitat for Humanity to Revelstoke.

Contributed by Home for the Hunts

Demolition volunteers on first day of Habitat for Humanity pilot project (from back left)- Sally Carmichael, Fran Prunkle, Jeff Acton, Bill Shuttleworth, Tuulikki Tennant, Sasha Schorer, John Prunkle, Cindy Pearce, Bob Fournier, Dean Prunkle, Eric Dafoe, Joey Vosburgh. Not shown: Nicola McGarry, Tom Patry, Scott Robertson, Rudy Magrena. To volunteer sign up at homeforthehunts.com or contact Joel Olsen at 250 814-1627.

 

 

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