It shows that there are people who care and for people who have a need. Examples of projects include roofing, hanging siding, painting, pouring concrete sidewalks, building decks and handicap ramps, and hanging windows and doors.
During the daytime they helped tear down and replace rotted decks for mobile homes.
Comments No comments on this story Please log in to comment by clicking here. It also gives the homeowners someone to talk to. Stephenson, along with 151 youth, worked on several construction projects in Madison County this week, including five homes in Berea.
Toggle navigation Main menu. She said her first experience, helping roof a home in Campbellsville, is still the most memorable. Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station's FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the station with the information listed below. Mission group works to build homes in central Kentucky this week.
Click Here to access the online Public Inspection File. Gregory Atwell, who also attends First Baptist Church in Richmond, is completing his seventh tour of duty and likes the way the projects unfold from beginning to the end.Missions in Kentucky
Madison County is their last of 2018. Baptist teens revamp home of 101-year-old Henderson woman John Hollinger center nails down the edge of the roof decking as he and other Kentucky Changers work on a house on Eighth Street on Monday morning.
Wilson served as a member of the Kentucky Changers. The group called Kentucky Changers is made up of people from all over the state. Toggle navigation Main menu.
Edit Article Add New Article. Darlene Jackson steadies wood being cut.
Powered by Creative Circle Media Solutions. Instead, he focused on helping replace the deck that will allow Hill better access in her wheelchair.