Habitat Board Members…
We had two members of our Board of Directors who have completed their terms. It’s our tradition that when a board member completes their service, we dedicate a home in their honor and present them with a plaque of appreciation.
Dean Gruner served as on our Board for nine years! We will be dedicating our Business Leader sponsored home in Neenah in Dean’s honor later this fall.
Randy Mahoney served as Treasurer on our Board for six years. We will be dedicating our Thrivent Faith Build in Randy’s honor when it’s completed in a few months.
We want to thank these two amazing men and all of the volunteers who faithfully serve on our Board to help guide and lead our affiliate and fulfill the mission of Habitat!
We have two new Board of Director members joining us this month. They include:
- Rayon Brown – Executive Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Fox Valley Technical College
- TJ Minnehan – Bank President, Bank of Kaukauna
We are blessed to have incredibly talented and dedicated Board of Directors volunteers serving and guiding our affiliate. Please click here to see a roster of all Board members and learn more about this vital group of volunteers.
Senior Crew Spotlight – Wayne Wegner
This month’s volunteer spotlight is on Wayne Wegner. Wayne is part of our Class of 2017 construction senior crew group. That means he joined us that year and took our winter training. Since then, Wayne has been volunteering for all aspects of construction. He’s a wonderful volunteer and we value all that he’s been able to contribute! Thank you wayne for your service to Habitat and for caring about our mission to provide affordable housing in the Fox Cities!
This Week on Amy’s Avenue…
Spic and Span is the Plan
First impressions are everything and walking into a clean store makes everyone feel better, want to shop, volunteer or work there.
ReStore needs you. Can you help us prep the store each morning?
We are looking for some fantastic Volunteers with a desire to make the store look spic and span each morning. Basic cleaning and tidying up are the tasks the store managers are looking for a little help with.
If you have the availability to work from 8-10 am, 9-10 am or have a different schedule to offer, one or more days Tuesday-Friday, please reach out to Amy C to build a very flexible schedule. Even one day of cleaning will make the difference!
The greatest need is at the East Side ReStore. Let’s keep our stores in tip top shape, fight the germs…cold and flu season is slowly sneaking in… and feel good about the place so near and dear to so many of us.
We wish you well.
We’ll be adding volunteer role descriptions here soon!