HomeUncategorizedRotary Club Gets Hope House Ready for Spring

One of the commitments of the Rotary Club of Jasper is to do several “sweat equity” projects in the community. On April 16, 2011, twelve members and two other volunteers pitched in to prepare the playground and all flower beds at Hope House. They also painted the storage shed and the playground equipment. All limbs and leqafves were removed as well. Hope House President Jim Milton siad that the house and grounds look great, thanks to the volunteers from the Rotary Club.

Cleve Boutwell works the side yard

 

Fred Snell, Tom Harrison and Phil Floyd work on the playground

 

Lou Reiter, Fred Snell and Brittany pitch in

Barry Hardison tackles the wood chip pile

 

Hope House opened in May 1998 to be a place where children could come when they have no other place to go. If you wish to contribute to Hope House or have a question, you can write to Hope House, P. O. Box 651, or see a member of the Board of Directors.

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