SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE PROGRESSION OF THE 6th WOMEN BUILD (2012).
First day: listening to directions
working on foundation(above) ready for inspection (below) lunch break (above)
raising the walls – everybody ready? …. it’s heavy – glad we have so much help ….
…….almost there…. …yeah…
a super advisor advises finished shed for tools and later use by homeowner
a future homeowner getting sweat equity hours site sign
The studs for the exterior and interior walls are up.
The trusses are ready to go……….and then they are up. (next to the 5th Women Build)
The sky is the limit.
Fifth Weekend (including USCA students):left – it finally stopped raining
up on the roof working inside and outside
< dried in for Easter weekend Happy Easter everyone!
electrical and plumbing has been roughed in, exterior doors are on, shingles are on – time for lunch
time to go back to work
A lift helps.
Who’s going up first?
insulation is next tight-rope walking?
the finished roof
almost finished putting on the drywall
homeowner, Victoria and her dad / a group of volunteers from GA Health Sci. Univ. (MCG)
the back deck putting up siding
taking a much-deserved rest – ready to begin painting next weekend
installing soffit on the front deck and siding complete on back
mother-daughter painting team cleaning tools is important when painting
priming and first coat of paint is complete
siding finished on all exterior walls
Tenth Weekend – National Women Build Week
Women Build Week lunch
Mayor Cavanaugh read the proclamation that speaking for Women Build Week
May 5-13, 2012 is Women Build Week.
volunteers from Lowe’s
homeowner, Victoria is painting as are these volunteers hanging a door
taking a moment from painting the cabinets are in and look great
a summer visitor is helping planning next weekend (light fixtures are up)
Work is not scheduled for the Memorial Day weekend.
Have a safe holiday and remember those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
Twins!? We finished the baseboards-yes!
Our SuperAdvisor shelving expert Our volunteers installed a lovely floor
Women Build Committee members set up for lunch
cutting final pieces of trim
Dedication – June 24, 2012
Tiffany Henry, Ass’t Store Mgr, Lowe’s of Aiken presents a bag of tools to Victoria. ( Lowe’s is the National Partner of the WB.)
Victoria and Foundation cut the ribbon.
USCA Campus Habitat Chapter made and donated these flower boxes.
The Carolina Pine Quilters Guild donated this wall hanging.
Everyone enjoyed the refreshments.