By Susan A. Neufeld
Lake Arrowhead, CA – Skilled and unskilled volunteers will be working side by side on Rebuilding Day (April 29) as part of Rebuilding Together’s “Safe At Home” program. Rebuilding Together Mountain Communities will be assisting eight deserving homeowners at locations in Crestline, Arrowhead Villas, Cedarpines Park, Lake Arrowhead and Cedar Glen.
Several hundred volunteers — working together to make a difference — will be giving up their Saturday to make repairs to the homes. Afterwards, Mountain Sunrise Rotary will host a free spaghetti dinner for volunteers and homeowners at the Mountain Communities Senior Center in Twin Peaks.
The team of volunteers at each site is overseen by a House Captain, a licensed contractor who, not only plans the projects and orders the materials, but also makes sure everything goes smoothly on Rebuilding Day.
Rebuilding Together Mountain Communities is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization which repairs the homes of low-income older adults, individuals living with disabilities and families with children.
Donations are needed to continue the work on Rebuilding Day. Send checks to: REBUILDING TOGETHER, Post Office Box 3540, Blue Jay, CA 92317-3540.
For additional information call (909) 336-3910.