Volunteers Still Needed for Habitat for Humanities
Three community members have volunteered to serve on the executive board for Energy Capital Habitat for Humanities, which has dwindled down to one remaining member recently.
That sole member, Lisa Finkey, will be leaving the board this spring.
The Energy Capital chapter was founded in 1997. Susan McKay, who’s been involved since 2003, has taken on the task of recruiting new members, along with her office manager Jaime Gatlin.
The two women have held a few informal meetings to drum up support and it was at one of those meetings earlier this month three women voiced their intentions to participate on the board. There’s still room for plenty of volunteers on both the executive committee and other roles and the chapter begins to rebuild their foundation.
The next meeting for the Energy Capital Habitat for Humanities is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Cedar Room in the George Amos Memorial Building downtown. The objective for the meeting is to elect officers for the executive board. Anyone interested in serving on the board or volunteering should plan on attending the meeting.