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Volunteer work days (June 12*, 13*, 14*, 26, 27 & 28) for Maria Schuller’s home repair in Manassas Park have been added to the volunteer calendar.

*PLEASE NOTE, the June 12, 13 and 14 work days will entail mold remediation. A mold remediation awareness session is required for those who wish to volunteer on June 12, 13 or 14. 

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The mold remediation awareness sessions will be held on June 4 at 6:0..

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Friday volunteers (l to r): Patrick Ryfa, Karen Brizuela and Devin Shiple at the Choudry home repair project in Woodbridge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Thursday, May 29, and Friday, May 30, volunteers Karen Brizuela, Al Harris, Tarek Kalash, Maggy Machado, Patrick Ryfa and Devin Shiple worked with Habitat to repair and paint drywall, finish making repairs on the back porch and replace a damaged interior door at the Choudry family’s Woodbridge ..

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04Jun

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Special thanks to Potomac High School volunteers Miguel Torres, Luis Torres and Humberto Zarco who distributed flyers in the Georgetown Village subdivision on Saturday, May 31. The flyers invited residents of the community to join Habitat for Humanity on Saturday, June 7, for the annual neighborhood clean-up day.

Habitat has partnered with the Georgetown Village Homeowners’ Association and Habitat sponsor, Bank of America, to help paint curb..

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28May

Maria Schuller is an 88-year-old retired widow who lives in the Manassas Park home she and her Maria Schullerlate husband purchased in 1956. Raised in Munich, Germany, Maria and her husband came to the U.S. in 1950 looking forward to a new life for their family. A mother of six, grandmother of seven and great-grandmother of 10, Maria has developed macular degeneration and is legally blind. She has also had cancer and back surgery, which makes it difficult fo..

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28May

choudry 3Thursday, May 22, through Saturday, May 24, volunteers Tatiana Chanez-Jayo, Tarek Kalash, David Kirschbrown, Don McCubbin, Elizabeth Page (pictured) and Dave Willliams worked with Habitat to paint the deck, finish repairing and painting the window trim, install a new screen door and finish dry wall repair.

We need volunteers this Thursday and Friday so that we can finish up the Choudry’s repairs. If you have the time, we have the tools!..

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22May

Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing. We partner with low-income residents of Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park to make homeownership a reality.

Attend our free Homeownership Information Meeting on Thurs., May 29, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m., Central Community Library, 8601 Mathis Avenue, Manassas, to get information about our Homeownership Program and how to apply.

To register or for more information, call ..

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22May

The Poineer Club of Northern Virginia recently donated $150 to Habitat for Humanity Prince William County. Pictured is club member, Marie Robinson, presenting the donation to Habitat President, Traci DeGroat. The Pioneer Club is made up of active and retired employees of the telecommunicataions industry. We are very grateful for their support of Habitat!

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22May

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On Friday, May 16, employees from Micron Technologies, Inc., our Home Crafter Sponsor, spent the day making needed home repairs at the Choudry family’s Woodbridge home. Micron volunteers Andy Bussey, Lee Frankenbery, Michael Guttman, Ryan Lay, Tranh Luong, Greg McCaughey, Ron Morgan and Errol Paje worked with construction crew leader, John Blake, and construction assistant, Isaac Trowbridge, to install attic insulation, repair damaged wi..

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22May

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On Sunday, May 18, more than 350 volunteers from across Prince William County were honored at a recognition ceremony held at historic Rippon Lodge in Woodbridge. Volunteers enjoyed a beautiful day, tours of Rippon Lodge, delicious food, and were given a certificate of recognition to replicate the entry of their names in the Congressional Record. Habitat volunteers honored were (l to r): Betty Reichert (office); Maggy Machado (ReStore and ..

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