Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Habitat's Youngest Volunteer

Eleven year old Taylor Clum, grand-daughter of Thursday Crew member Bob "Dawg" Clum, spends some of her snow day off from school volunteering with Henderson Habitat and granddad. Taylor, a student in Mrs. Johnson's sixth grade class at South Middle School often comes with her grandfather to help him with whatever he's doing.
Henderson Habitat for Humanity's youth volunteer policy allows for young people ages 14 to 18 to be on the construction site during construction when accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian. Exceptions for younger children are made during non-hazardous construction times such as the final clean-up Taylor is involved in and landscaping.

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