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27Aug

Woodbridge Homeowner Burdened by Pesky Leak

Jeru Bashir lives in the Woodbridge home he purchased in 1986. A former truck driverJeru Bashir and
transportation director, Jeru is now on disability after suffering a stroke. Now that his four kids are grown, Jeru lives alone on a limited income and needs a hand up with some home repairs.

A leak in his upper-level bathroom shower has caused the ceiling to partially collapse in the downstairs bedroom closet. ..

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27Aug

Max Karbine

On Friday, Aug. 22, volunteers Joseph Flint, Tarek Kalash and Don McCubbin helped construction crew leader, John Blake, finish tiling and grouting the bathroom and repair window trim.

On Saturday, Aug. 23, volunteers John Driscoll, Lynda Fullem and Max Karbine (pictured) finished the bathroom and plumbing repairs and painted the dining room.

Special thanks to family partner, Chester Kamuda, for donating lunch both work days! Please vis..

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20Aug

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We’re hiring an associate to work 25-30 hours per week at the Habitat ReStore. This position is perfect for a college student, recent retiree or someone who wishes to work a few days a week. If you’re interested in working with volunteers, providing excellent customer service and donors, and want to be a part of an expanding organization, apply today!

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20Aug

Ryan Tucker 2014On Wednesday, Aug. 13, volunteers Tanner Borg and Dave Williams helped Construction Crew Leader, John Blake, with wrap-up repairs at Dorothy Obenchain’s home in Manassas Park. Thanks so much for helping us out on a Wednesday!

Thanks to all of our office volunteers from Aug. 12 – 18: Megan Beverage, Jim Floyd, Terry Lopez, Betty Reichert, Alliaa Sayed, Sarah Schuller, and Ryan Tucker (pictured).

Thanks to all of our ReStore volunteers from..

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20Aug

Habitat for Humanity Prince William County is seeking a seasoned fundraising professional to serve as Development Director in its Manassas office. The Development Director helps the Board of Directors and President/CEO mobilize resources and steward them faithfully so that Habitat for Humanity Prince William County meets its strategic goal to provide safe and decent housing to more families in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park ..

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20Aug

100_0819On Thursday, Aug. 14, volunteers Tarek Kalash, Halle Lahammer, Heidi Lahammer, John Lahammer, Don McCubbin and Dave Williams prepped the attic for attic insulation (sealing, etc.) and prepped the bathroom floor for tiling.

On Friday, Aug. 15, volunteers Tarek Kalash, Don McCubbin, Diane Nelson and Elizabeth Page repaired window trim and installed the bathroom tile.

On Saturday, Aug. 16, volunteers David Gribble, Steve Ha, Zachary Logsdon..

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05Aug

AmazonSmile

Did you know that Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Habitat for Humanity Prince William County whenever you shop on AmazonSmile?

AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Support Habitat for Humanity Prince William County by designating us as your charity of choice when you shop at smile.amazon.com. Thank you!

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Thanks to all of our ReStore volunteers from July 29 – Aug. 4: Mohammad Ahmad, Fatoumata Ba-100_0753Shaw, George Braun, Lynn Eklund, Alice Fontana, Jason Hamilton, Evan King, Maggy Machado, Don McCubbin, Neelu Randhawa, Betty Samuels, Josh Saul and Matt Watkins.

Thanks to our office volunteers from July 29 – Aug. 4: Megan Beverage, Rebecca Custis, Jim Floyd, Andrew Lahammer, Halle Lahammer, Betty Reichert, Josh Saul, Gale Strickland and Ryan Tuck..

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05Aug

The next time you’re near a train station or train tracks, don’t be surprised if you see family Chesterpartner, Chester Kamuda, with his canine buddy of 14 years, Shadow. A train enthusiast, Chester has traveled thousands of miles across the rails both as a passenger and observer.

Originally from Connecticut, this retired Army veteran ended up in Manassas after being assigned to the Pentagon. Chester is disabled and has had many surgeries on his kne..

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