Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North is a non-profit, multifaith-based housing program. Habitat invites people from the broad spectrum of social, ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds to work in partnership to build homes and hope with families in need.
The Sudbury, North Bay and Timmins branches of Habitat for Humanity have pooled their resources with groups in Muskoka. A new regional organization has been created called Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North.
Daily Log: It’s been well over a month since I did one of these, and since, other than decimating the doughnut box, I did very little today, I figured I should at least write the log.
The weather was overcast and mild, but not mild enough to make it any easier for Willie and Jim swinging the pick-axe to break up the frozen ground.
Howard, Jim and Willie worked on framing the side-door porches. Toni continued her touch-ups in 1014. Meanwhile, I offered unsolicited and unhelpful advice, and did very little useful work.
Action/Follow-Up Items: Howard: Jeff Vincent, kitchen installers, HRV hook-up for 1014.
Rob: Range hoods
Next Days/Week Plan:
Monday: Porches, ramp, railings, and kitchen install
Tuesday: Continue with above. Mudding and taping.
Wednesday: KITCHENS are a Priority
Volunteer Requirements: Eager Beavers on Tuesday.
Materials/Tools: 2 sheets of PT Plywood for ramp, drywall mud, weather strip for attic hatches (approx 10’ per unit) Howard/Jane: Pick up MDF from Muskoka Lumber to be ripped and primed for window jamb extensions and sills.