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Hammer Time

Camden County Episcopal Youth traveled to Brunswick yesterday to join with members of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, both youth and adults in building a Habitat for Humanity house. The home is for Samantha (and her Mom) who the teens know from events at Honey Creek. Click on any photo to see a larger version of the picture.

Griffin and Ashley clowning around before work

Griffin and Celeste hammering Kyle hammering
Griffin, Ashley and Kalyn show what they are made of

raising a wall into place Father Frank

Holding the long wall in place
When we arrived, there was only a floor. When we left at lunchtime, there were three exterior walls up and a fourth would go up just after we left. It was a very gratifying morning of work, even if my muscles are now sore from the hammering and moving stacks of OSB and 2x4s. This is a good warm up as we are one of twelve churches in on the Apostle's Build for Habitat for Humanity of Camden County.

The Rev. Frank Logue, Pastor + King of Peace Episcopal Church


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