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Blessings
We held two project blessings in Delmar on March 23rd. Friends of Habitat gathered with the families on the sites of their future homes. We broke ground and prayed for successful builds. Congratulations to our future homeowners, Rebecca and Jose, and James. You're on your way home to Delmar!

Rebecca and Jose
James with Kevin
Laying Hands
Later that same day, we held another project blessing in Ellendale for Kashanna. Here we are laying hands on the foundation  of her future home as her Pastor, Joseph La Monatagne, leads us in prayer for a safe and successful build. Congratulations, Kashanna! You're headed home to Ellendale soon!
Walt Jones Memorial Project Events
Walt Jones Wine Tasting - April 17th - Bin 66 - 4 to 6 pm - Nage is Catering! Make Your Reservations Below!
Walt Jones Auction Night - May 12th - Bethany Blues - 
5 to 8 pm - More Info Soon

Walt Jones Memorial Golf Outing - May 13th - 
Midway Par 3 - 8:30 am or 1 pm tee times will be available
Thank You
Many of our great volunteers from Collegiate Challenge, NCCC, and AmeriCorps are hosted by St. Phillips Episcopal Church in Laurel. The weekly Wednesday night potlucks are especially appreciated after long weeks of building homes together! 

Below our Construction Manager, Jeff Niethammer, and AmeriCorps Service Members, Gary Post and Kyle Dachtler, enjoy soup at one of the potlucks with NCCC Members and Collegiate Challengers.


Assumption College
Thanks also to a great group of volunteers from Assumption College. They also took our Collegiate Challenge. They spent a week helping on our build sites in Seaford. Great job, everyone! We appreciate your service with us!
  #GoAssumption #HabitatYouthRocks 
#CollegiateChallenge2016 
Thanks also to Dogfish Head for hosting Beer and Benevolence Night on Wednesday, March 23rd in Rehoboth. 10% of all proceeds from the evening benefit Sussex County Habitat. Staff, volunteers, and other Friends of Habitat were in attendance and treated to live music from 3C North as well. A good time was had for a great cause. #ThxDFH
Development Director, Jay Gundy, Executive Director, Kevin Gilmore, ReStore Manager, Mark Quigley, and Dogfish Head Beer and Benevolence Guru, Mark Carter
Board Member, Anthony Del Franco, Affiliate Relations Coordinator, Traci deWolfe, and Board Member, Bob McVey
Women's Scholarship Opportunity
The Fresh Start Scholarship Foundation, Inc. is currently accepting applications through May 15. The scholarship is designed to aid women who have interrupted their education for various reasons and who now seek to return to their studies. To see if you qualify or to complete an application, please visit:
Help Wanted
We are still looking for skilled construction volunteers who can serve with us by leading other volunteers of all skill levels on our build sites.

Crew Leader: Lead volunteers to complete a specific task on a build site. One day minimum commitment.

Site Leader: Lead volunteers for an entire week on a particular site. 

Site Supervisor Loan Program: If you own a construction company, please consider loaning a skilled site supervisor to help us run a site for a week during one of our busiest volunteer seasons.

For more information on these and other construction volunteer opportunities, please contact Jeff Niethammer, Construction Manager, at 302-265-5968 or jeff@sussexcountyhabitat.org
Donation Opportunities
We are in need of a reliable work vehicle for use by our construction crew. If you are able to donate a new or late model pick-up truck, please contact our Development Director, Jay Gundy at 302-855-1153 x210.

We are in need of donated items for our upcoming auction on May 12 at Bethany Blues. Suggestions include; gift certificates for local restaurants, hotels, spas, golf courses, fitness centers, etc. Baskets of cheer, cheese, fruit, chocolate or other delectable treats are most welcome too. 

To explore sponsorship or volunteer opportunities during the Walt Jones Memorial Project events, please contact Traci deWolfe at ar@sussexcountyhabitat.org. She'll be glad to help you get started.
Spotlight On ... 
Jaime McNatt
Jaime McNatt joined Sussex County Habitat for Humanity in July of 2012 as ReStore Assistant Manager.  She attended James Madison University where she was active in community and campus groups and graduated in 2009 with a degree in Global Policy.  After college, Jaime worked as a Development Associate for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware until joining the Habitat team.

"Being able to serve with an organization that directly impacts the community where I was raised is extremely gratifying.  Habitat for Humanity has a worldwide impact, but the work begins locally in each community and small town.  Sussex County Habitat is a part of making that impact."
Framing Fragments
Seaford
323 3rd Street
          Siding this week
110 N. Conwell Street
          Roof shingles this week
Windows and doors to be installed this week

Laurel
623 Belle Avenue
           Slab to be poured  this week
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If you are a homeowner in Sussex County and would like to see if you qualify for our major or minor repairs program, please  call the Repair Team at 302-855-1153 x214 or visit www.sussexcountyhabitat.org.
ReStore Donations
Do you have usable items for donation to our ReStore? Do you have questions about what we accept or need a larger item picked up? If so, please call our donation line at 302-855-1156 x 200 or e-mail restore@sussexcountyhabitat.org.
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"A home built of love needs no other decoration."
-Anonymous

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