Ammonoosuc Habitat is gearing up for this year’s build on Village Way in Littleton, which should begin in June. The Affiliate has also closed on a property on Hartco Avenue in Lancaster for the planned 2014 build. The purchase was made with grant money from the Tillotson Fund which granted funds to buy three properties in Coos County to build homes on. If you’re interested in helping out either by donating or building you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 603-616-2515.
In December of 2012 the hoe in Lancaster was completed and the partner family moved in.
Currently we are fundraising for our 2013 home. if you are interested in making a donation they canbe mailed to: P.O. Box 46, Littleton, NH 03561 or you can call 603-616-2515 for more details.
The footings and foundation have been poured and all forms are off. The center support beam is in place. The sill plates have been cut and drilled. We will put in the floor joists and floor sheathing and get to the framing as soon as is possible.
The 2012 Partner Family has been chosen.
Construction has begun on the new home on Mechanic Street in Lancaster. The foundation hole is in.
Anyone interested in volunteering or donating goods should contact Habitat for Humanity Ammonoosuc Region (HFHAR) at 603-616-2515 or email email@example.com.
HFHAR will have information booths every other week on Saturdays, starting on June 9th, at the Lancaster Farmer’s Market on Sundays, starting on June 17th at the Littleton Farmer’s Market. Stop by and talk to us.
HFHAR has purchased a property on Mechanic Street in Lancaster and is gearing up to build in 2012.
If you would like to volunteer time or make a donation please contact us!
Habitat for Humanity Ammonoosuc Region, P.O. Box 46, Littleton, NH 03561.
Our email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
And our phone number is: 603-616-2515
Construction continues at the build site on Thorn Hill road in Bethlehem with the partner family.
This past week we had 12 volunteers on Thursday and 11 volunteers on Saturday. We are making good progress. So far we are about 3 weeks ahead of last year’s building schedule.
This week, with the emphasis on truss installation, we could again use about 10-12 volunteers for each work day. Starr Construction will have people helping us with the trusses. We hope to keep things moving towards a mid-November finish.