Georgetown South residents, Bentley and Mary Watkins, have been married for 63 years! They’ve lived in their current home for 13 years but have lived and raised their family in Georgetown South for more than 35.
Parents of 10 children, Bentley and Mary have also adopted, fostered and cared for many children over the years. They currently care for two wheelchair-bound disabled young women in their townhouse and need some help with home repairs...
Volunteers, Michael Gallagher, David Gross, David McGettigan, George Sanchez and Family Partner, Laura Riedl, worked with Construction Manager, John Blake, to tear off the brick veneer and old siding at Chester Kamuda’s Manassas home on Saturday, 9/27. Join us for a re-siding “party” on Thursday, 10/2, and Friday, 10/3! To volunteer, sign up on the Volunteer Calendar! Click here for the Photo Gallery.
On Thursday, Sept. 18, volunteers Tarek Kalash (pictured) and John Driscoll, helped Habitat construction crew leader, John Blake, scrape and paint the fire walls and repair the front brickwork at Claudia Andrade’s Manassas house.
On Saturday, Sept. 20, volunteers David McGettigan and Kenneth Thomas scraped and painted fascia boards and old caulk, and finished the brickwork on the front of the house.
Special thanks to family partner Claudi..
We’re looking for a family who would be interested in this two-bedroom home in Manassas. So, we’re going to get it ready for an Open House! Please join us for a volunteer day on Saturday, 10/4, to get the house ready for an upcoming Home Ownership Meeting and Open House. Sign up on the Volunteer Calendar for the workday!
To learn more about how you could become the homeowner of the Bragg Lane townhouse, join us for an upcoming Home Ownershi..
They descended on the Village Gate and Georgetown Village communities in Woodbridge to paint retaining walls, curbs, speed bumps and wrought iron railings and to clear overgrown landscaping. This is a continuation of work in the community star..
Each year, Prince William Living Magazine invites readers to nominate outstanding not-for-profit groups in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park through their Giving Back Awards.
Top nominees and the winner will be announced in the November issue of Prince William Living. A combination public vote and ratings by Prince William Living judges will be used to determine the winners.
Habitat for Humanity Prince William County has b..
Thanks to all of our office volunteers from Sept. 9 – 15: Megan Beverage, Dona Bryon, Rebecca Custis, Jim Floyd, Phyllis Hall, Melanie McCarley, Betty Reichert and Sarah Schuller.
Thanks to all of our ReStore volunteers from Sept. 9 – 15: Brendan Bowe, Janay Brown, Jo Dyer, Cole Enchon Alice Fontana, Jamie Foster, Mark Luiggi, Don McCubbin, Betty Samuels and Seyi Sole.
American Public University volunteers at the ReStore: Heather Harts..
On Thursday, Sept. 11, volunteers from major sponsor, Micron, helped Habitat construction crew leader, John Blake, put a new roof on family partner Claudia Andrade’s Manassas house. The 10 Micron volunteers were Jay Bindrim, Deborah Fenner, Temesgen Fissenhaye, Kathy Fox, Jason Gard, Sheryl Norris, Daryl Palsulich, Bryon Sabol, Lisa Surgener and Kelly Williamson. Thanks to regular Habitat volunteer, Dave Williams, who also volunteered on Th..
Purpose is an acoustic duet that partners with local charities and businesses to raise funds for those in need. This Friday, Sept. 12, at 9:00 p.m., Purpose will be performing at Madigan’s Waterfront Grill in Occoquan and will donate the proceeds from their performance (all tips) to Habitat for Humanity Prince William County!
Madigan’s is in the heart of downtown Occoquan with sweeping views of the Occoquan River. Located at 201 Mill Stre..