Habitat for Humanity gathers a community to build homes
The Chesapeake Habitat Interfaith Partners hosted their 13th annual gigantic yard sale at Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Great Bridge. All proceeds from the yard sale will be used to purchase building materials for the groups 18th Habitat for Humanity home. Churches, non-profit groups and their volunteers gathered together for a great community cause.
Youths washed cars to help fund the Catholic Heart Work camp youth mission trip this summer, where they will help repair homes for the disabled and elderly. Front row, from left: John Schares, Kelly Stokes, Edward Griffith. Back row, from left: Dustin Thomas, Michael Mastropasqua, Dean Grim, and Brandon Bearden.
From left: Jack Gorman, Walter Quigley and Joe Nash of the Chesapeake Council, Knights of Columbus #8240, who offered potential buyers a friendly welcome.
David Albor and his son Dillon test drove a new car.
Habitat for Humanity volunteers, from left, Dr. Rebecca Adams, Alice McLamb, Trish Ulanich and John Nogosek helped the yard sale to run smoothly.
Debbie, left, and Jessie Hall of Great Bridge browsed through the wide assortment of clothing.
Dianne Parker, left, helped Tempie Forosan to decide on a nice computer desk.
Bill and Brenda Ganz of Deep Creek enjoyed the morning yard sale.
Jeff and Katrina Williams of Great Bridge arrived to the yard sale early and found some great deals to help a great cause.
Sheila and Kenneth Sutton of Great Bridge enjoyed looking through the many items donated to help the Habitat for Humanity home.
Corine Moore, left, and her friend Nancy Carpenter spent a great morning at the yard sale.
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