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Carpenter sisters lend helping hand to Habitat for Humanity of St. Charles

September 11, 2017 by admin in Labor News From Our Region with 0 Comments

St. Charles – Seven female carpenters from the Sisters in the Brotherhood (SIB) of the St. Louis-Kansas City Regional Carpenters Council recently volunteered their skills to help build a Habitat for Humanity of St. Charles home. The group included (from left) Krista Lawson, Caitlyn O’Donnell, Sarah Powers, Tia Vaher, SIB Coordinator Cindy Frank and volunteer Alex Gorantis. Beth Barton and Sharon Sitler, who also took part in the project, are not pictured. The women installed floor joists and the subfloor on the attached home located at 2290 N. Village Drive. This is the fourth year SIB has helped the non-profit organization in its mission of constructing decent, affordable homes in St. Charles County in partnership with hard-working, low-income families. – Beth Barton photo


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