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08May

The Pioneer Club of Northern Virginia is holding a Community Yard Sale on the lawn at The Barn at Ben Lomond Community Center on Saturday, May 10, from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon and are donating the proceeds to HabitBen Lomond Community Centerat for Humanity Prince William County.

If you love a good yard sale and a great cause, visit the Pioneer’s yard sale at 10501 Copeland Drive in Manassas!

The Pioneer Club is made up of active and retired employees of the telecommunicat..

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07May

Habitat for Humanity partners with low- to moderate-income homeowners who live in PrinceCarter 5 William County, Manassas and Manassas Park to make exterior and interior home repairs that alleviate critical health, life and safety issues or housing code violations. Home Preservation includes minor exterior repairs such as the replacement and repair of trim, gutters, soffit, fascia, siding, handrails, fences, stoops and landscaping.

Critical Home Repair..

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05May

Twelve very awesome employees from BAE Systems descended on the ReStore on Saturday, May 3, for a “BAE Day of Sharing.” Special thanks to volunteers Sye Smith, Wayne Ayers, David Rea, Jeff Montag, Charlie Austin, Steve Thomas, Lisa Bigelow, Steve Wright, Ernest Latimore and Angell Rosa (not pictured: Jim Stebbins and Rich Brosh) who helped paint the bathroom, paint outdoor planter boxes, fix electrical outlets, process and clean donations..

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30Apr

Thanks to all of our ReStore volunteers from April 22 – 28: Hugo Arius, Maria Asselanis, Richard Burkes, Tajae Cook, Lynn Eklund, Chris Faclone, Luis Garcia, Peter Houtz, Isabel Isenberg, Mark Luiggi, Maggy Machado, Don McCubbin, Michael Poling, Nick Visgar, Demetrius Wade, Joseph Wage and Matthew Watkins.

Thanks to our office volunteers from April 22 – 28: Megan Beverage, Charla Chaudhry, Donna Clements, Jim Floyd, Terry Lopez, Betty Re..

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30Apr

Many thanks to the Bull Run Rotary Club for their donation to Habitat for Humanity Prince William County, Transitional Housing B.A.R.N. and Matthew’s Center. This generous donation was from their Thanksgiving Turkey Trot and the wonderful Capitol Steps show.

Thank you for helping us build a better community!

Rotary Club Check 2014

 

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30Apr

Saturday was a beautiful day for the Prescott Open House! Hundreds of people poured into the home to see the progress made so far. Thanks to Hugh Ickrath and his neighbors for donating the entry fee proceeds to Habitat for Humanity Prince William County. We are very thankful for the nearly $3,200 donated!

Special thanks to Christina Frank, Lauren Hughes, Al Ferguson and Renee Woolfolk who volunteered at the event. We appreciate your time!

Open house 3 

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30Apr

On Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26, volunteers Tarek Kalash, Don McCubbin, Kenneth Thomas, Dave Williams and Kevin Yang helped Habitat construction crew leader, John Blake, repair and paint the damaged windows and trim, plus hook up the gas dryer at Jack and Delia Carter’s Manassas Park home.

Look at the photos to see the wonderful results! Thanks to our volunteers!

If you would like to sponsor this home repair project, please con..

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23Apr

Prescott House pic 2Last year, Manassas resident, Hugh Ickrath along with a group of supportive neighbors, bought the historic Prescott House at 9300 Prescott Street in Manassas in order to save it from demolition. The group has been refurbishing the home for the past year and hopes to sell it to a family soon. The century-old home was just days away from being demolished by the city when the neighbors came together to save what they believe is an important an..

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23Apr

Covenant Presbyterian Church 4.15.14Habitat for Humanity Prince William County is very thankful to this wonderful group from Covenant Presbyterian Church who spent the entire day volunteering at the ReStore on Tuesday, April 15! Volunteers included: Helen Baker, Helen Franchois, Mary Gail Hoffman, Brooke Lemelin, David Lemelin and Sherri Quinn. We are very appreciative of their time and talent!

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23Apr

Jack and Delia Carter have lived in their Manassas Park home since 1983 and have been Jack Carter and birdmarried since 1980. Jack is on disability after suffering a stroke last year and because of severe arthritis and emphysema.

Habitat will be fixing and caulking the rotted window and front door trim, installing air vents, and repairing the dryer hose. The Carters share their home with a few very lively and entertaining birds. They are looking forward to part..

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