COSHOCTON -- In preparation for the second Women Build, Habitat of Coshocton County has issued a challenge to local groups or individuals to support our efforts.
The first challenge is to raise $1,100 for drywall for the veteran home we will be working on in May.
You can access the Habitat Restore Site by going to Facebook and typing in Coshocton Restore. They will continue to post various items they are seeking and will give updates on the progress.
They have been blessed with many volunteers for the actual build and now they are directing their efforts to those who may be unable to work on the job site but still want to help. Anyone who wishes to contribute to the cause may do so by sending a donation to the Habitat office at 1035 Walnut St., Coshocton.
They have 23 teams signed up to work in a variety of areas on the Grant and Kathy Ford site.
They expect to accomplish a significant amount of building based on the number of volunteers who are eager to get to work.
Construction workers will gain knowledge by attending how-to clinics prior to the build.
Due to the large number of volunteer construction workers, they have scheduled an additional training session.
Lowe's will host the first clinic on April 27 at the Zanesville location. John Addy will work with the overflow at the Coshocton Career Center on April 29.