custom- designed home was built by Habitat in Havre de Grace. “It’s going to be one gorgeous house.”
The concrete foundation is already in place on the lot, which was donated to Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna by Wells Fargo.
Brianne Young, volunteer coordinator, is looking for willing hands to help with construction.
“We can have up to 20 people per day,” she said. “We work Wednesday through Saturday from 8 a. m. until 3 p. m.”
Volunteers must be 16 or older, but no experience is necessary.
“The site supervisors teach all the volunteers,” Young said.
Volunteers must sign up in advance at https:// www. habitatsusq. org/ volunteer
If all goes according to plan — and the weather cooperates — the home should be finished in time for the family to spend its first Christmas in their new home, Blandford said.
“We’re making a serious investment in Elkton,” she said. “This is a wonderful reinvestment in Cecil County.”