Hands On Wilmington Details

Hope everyone has had a great week and you are ready for a fantastic weekend. We have two huge things this weekend. The first is a new series we begin called 21 and it’s going to be awesome. The second is Hands On Wilmington. You are getting this because you signed up to be apart of this outreach to Wilmington.

Find your name on one of the following teams and then go down to the details for your team. This is a big event and a great opportunity to show God’s love so have fun and represent well!!! Note: We will not meet at Myrtle Grove Middle. Go straight to your assigned project.

Team One – Eaton Elementary (see details below)
Justin Adkins
Karin Baldwin
Christine Bly
Marie Bradford
Kevin Bui
Sue Capo
Dustin Carbetta
Rachel Carbetta
Arimar Carr
Joe Carr
Ryan Cash
Yulia Coburn
Kevin Culotta
Deborah Distin
Judaea Distin
Brandon Frisoli
Julie Fry
Emma Garafola
Cameron Garrison
Daniel Gonzales
Jonathan Gonzales
Lawrence Gonzales
Tera Gonzales
Hal Griffin
Jen Griffin
Wes Guilmette
Stacy Hannah
James Harris
Eden Hendricks
Kendra Huber
Kevin Javorsky
Bob Johnson
Kim Johnson
Margaret Johnson
Mark Johnson (Lifepoint point person at this site)
Courtney Keith
Karen Keith
Larry Keith
Taylor Keith
Marylou Mccarthy
Tiffany Poston

Team Two – New Hanover High (see details below)
Donna Harman
Jeff Harman (Lifepoint point person for this site)
Austin Hartman
Donna Highfill
Mike Highfill
Colby Joyner
Brandie Justice
Johnny Justice
Galen Kinney
Alex Koris
Erika Kunkel
Bonnie LaClaire
Brandi Laney
Jay LaNunziata
Tami LaNunziata
Rick Lassen
Ashley Lindbert
Jacob Lindbert
Jennifer McCroskey
Glenn McCroskey
Brandon Moore
Katie Moore
Hannah Morrison
Drew Naska
Jessica O’Neal
Kim O’Neal
Cheri Parker
Raquel Poorman
Karen Reeves
Bianca Santos
Tyler Scohy
Josef Solc
Celeste Stephens
Melissa Stephens
Terry Stephens
Kate Stevens
Brittany Taylor
Becky Tinsley
Heather Todd
Pam Walsh
Alice Watts
Amanda Wood

Team Three – KaBoom (see details below)
Chance Booth
Loretta Brammer
Stephanie Donnell
Cindy Farrell
Joe Farrell
Shawn Farrell
Hannah Mattox
Max Nunez
Thea Nunez
Theresa Pennington
Dick Peeve
Brian Shelton (Lifepoint point person for this site)
Autum Smith
Dylan Smith
Jeff Smith
Lisa Smith
Savanna Stephenson
Natalie Waggett
Jerry Wilkes
Hart Wilkie
Jay Williams
Susan Williams

Team Four – YWCA (see details below)
Edward Carroll
Nancy Carroll
Jeff Gibson
Kellie Gibson
George Kapusta (Lifepoint point person for this site)
Karen Kapusta
Daryl Strickland
Michael Ussery
Nikki Ussery
Dee Whittington
Neal Whittington
Team Five – Good Shepherd (see details below)
Ellen Casey
Richard Casey
Eliza Garrido
Jose Garrido
Toni Haseltine
Milo Karhu
Dina Musser
Nathalie Rhodes
Bianca Santos
Paul Tyndall (Lifepoint point person for this site)
Sandy Tyndall

DETAILS FOR EACH SITE:

Team One – Eaton Elementary

Project Date: Saturday, April 19, 2008
Time: 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. (Rain or shine)

Project Leader : Ken Kopchak 910-540-3084

Project: Eaton Elementary School ,6701 Gordon Rd. Wilmington.

Please remember that we are depending on volunteers to bring tools that are in all of your garages to assist us on Saturday, so if you have committed to bring any items, please do not forget! ( Shovels,rakes, pitch forks,wheel barrels,garden tools)

In order to ensure that we are able to complete our designated project during the time allotted, please arrive at the project site promptly at 8:00a.m., Saturday, April 19th. Remember to dress in VERY casual clothing appropriate for whatever elements we may encounter Saturday. Water will be provided for all volunteers throughout the work time, however, feel free to bring a water thermos with you from home, as well. I will be at our project to greet all of you—I will be wearing a red Hands on Wilmington t-shirt.

Following our work time, a celebration of this tremendous volunteer effort will be held at Hugh MacRae Park, situated at the intersection of S. College Road and Oleander Drive, beginning at 11:30a.m. Food, beverages and entertainment will be there to greet you, so please plan to take part in this activity and invite your family to join you.

Team Two – New Hanover High

Project Date: Saturday, April 19, 2008
Time: 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m.

Project Leader
Jeff Dunlea 910-524-7201
jeff.dunlea@dunleagroup.com / helpateacher@yahoo.com

Project: Painting New Hanover High School
1307 Market Street, Wilmington, NC (meet in Brogden Hall)
Directions to site. West on Market Street toward downtown – school is on the right between 13th and 14th Strrets

While our materials will be supplied for us on the project date, volunteers are responsible for bringing tools and other items from home. We will need the following to successfully complete this project:
All 6’ ladders are welcome; please email Jeff if would be able to bring one!

In order to ensure that we are able to complete our designated project during the time allotted, please arrive at the project site promptly at 8:00a.m., Saturday, April 19th. This is a “hands-on” project; therefore please dress in VERY casual clothing appropriate for whatever elements we encounter on the 19th. Please remember that this is a rain or shine event! Water will be provided for all volunteers throughout the work time, however, feel free to bring a water thermos with you from home, as well. Additionally, each volunteer will receive a free Hands on Wilmington t-shirt as a memento from this worthwhile event.

Following our work time, a celebration of this tremendous volunteer effort will be held at Hugh MacRae Park, situated at the intersection of S. College Roadand Oleander Drive, beginning at 11:30a.m. Food, beverages and entertainment will be there to greet you, so please plan to take part in this activity and invite your family to join you.

Team Three – KaBoom

Project Date: Saturday, April 19, 2008
Time: 8:00a.m.-2:30p.m. (Rain or shine)

Project Leader
Natalie Proffit
202-498-6053 (cell)

Project: KaBoom
1550 S. 12th Street

Please remember that we are depending on volunteers to bring tools that are in all of your garages to assist us on Saturday, so if you have committed to bring any items, please do not forget! We will be building a playground on site.

In order to ensure that we are able to complete our designated project during the time allotted, please arrive at the project site promptly at 8:00a.m., Saturday, April 19th. Remember to dress in VERY casual clothing appropriate for whatever elements we may encounter Saturday. Wear closed toe shoes. Water will be provided for all volunteers throughout the work time, however, feel free to bring a water thermos with you from home, as well. I will be at our project to greet all of you—I will be wearing a red Hands on Wilmington t-shirt.

Following our work time, a celebration of this tremendous volunteer effort will be held at Hugh MacRae Park, situated at the intersection of S. College Road and Oleander Drive, beginning at 11:30a.m. Food, beverages and entertainment will be there to greet you, so please plan to take part in this activity and invite your family to join you.

Team Four – YWCA

Project Date: Saturday, April 19, 2008
Time: 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. (Rain or shine)

Project Leader
Adam Beaudoin
910-540-4868 (cell)
amb@wardandsmith.com

Project: YWCA of the Lower Cape Fear
2815 South College Road
Directly across from the Krispy Kreme

Please remember that we are depending on volunteers to bring tools that are in all of your garages to assist us on Saturday, so if you have committed to bring any items, please do not forget! It would be great if you are able to bring gloves, rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows, pruning shears or limb trimming tools. We will be extending the YWCA’s nature trail and clearing pine straw out of the playground area and replacing it with mulch.

In order to ensure that we are able to complete our designated project during the time allotted, please arrive at the project site promptly at 8:00a.m., Saturday, April 19th. Remember to dress in VERY casual clothing appropriate for whatever elements we may encounter Saturday. Water will be provided for all volunteers throughout the work time, however, feel free to bring a water thermos with you from home, as well. I will be at our project to greet all of you—I will be wearing a red Hands on Wilmington t-shirt.

Following our work time, a celebration of this tremendous volunteer effort will be held at Hugh MacRae Park, situated at the intersection of S. College Road and Oleander Drive, beginning at 11:30a.m. Food, beverages and entertainment will be there to greet you, so please plan to take part in this activity and invite your family to join you.

Team Five – Good Shepherd

Project Date: Saturday, April 19, 2008
Time: 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m.

Project Leader
Rebecca Davis
Cell # 297-3484
Rebeccabdavis5@gmail.com

Project: The Good Shepherd
811 Martin St.
Mapquest Link: http://www.mapquest.com/maps/811+Martin+St+Wilmington+NC+28401-7825/

While our materials will be supplied for us on the project date, volunteers are responsible for bringing tools and other items from home. We will need the following to successfully complete this project:

Rakes, shovels, hacksaw, wheelbarrow, 2 post hole diggers needed from volunteers
(Please respond back to me with what you are able to bring so can make sure materials are accounted for.)

In order to ensure that we are able to complete our designated project during the time allotted, please arrive at the project site promptly at 8:00a.m., Saturday, April 19th. This is a “hands-on” project; therefore please dress in VERY casual clothing appropriate for whatever elements we encounter on the 19th. Please remember that this is a rain or shine event! Water will be provided for all volunteers throughout the work time, however, feel free to bring a water thermos with you from home, as well. Additionally, each volunteer will receive a free Hands on Wilmington t-shirt as a memento from this worthwhile event.

Following our work time, a celebration of this tremendous volunteer effort will be held at Hugh MacRae Park, situated at the intersection of S. College Road and Oleander Drive, beginning at 11:30a.m. Food, beverages and entertainment will be there to greet you, so please plan to take part in this activity and invite your family to join you.

This is going to be a fun and rewarding experience!! Pray hard before you go and pray over the sites that we will be at. This is a great opportunity.

We love you guys and gals!!

God Bless,
Daryl Strickland | Executive Pastor |Lifepoint Church

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