On a day meant to recognize those who have bravely served our country, veterans, service members and community volunteers will spend “their day,” Veterans Day, volunteering on a construction site in Greenbrier County on Saturday, Nov. 14.
Veterans have proven that their service does not end when they remove their uniforms. Veterans and servicemen will be working right alongside community volunteers during this one-day event.
“We will be hosting a service project in Greenbrier County this year and are excited to celebrate and honor Mr. Frank Mosely, who served our country so bravely in the Korean War,” says Lori Deskins, operations manager of Almost Heaven HFH. “This is a great opportunity for people of all ages to come together and serve Veterans in need.”
The event will start with a brief ceremony to honor those who have served, then we will begin the hands-on service project of demolishing and removing a house owned by Mosely. The project is part of Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity’s Neighborhood Revitalization project in the Tuckahoe region of White Sulphur Springs.
Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity welcomes you to join them on this special day. For more information or learn more about how you can become a volunteer, call 540-679-9042.