Assistance


Photo credit to Bob LaPree. 
 2013 Sean Powers Wood Bank Volunteers

Thanks to those who helped
at the Sean Powers Wood Bank in 2015!

"This year's Volunteer Day is Saturday, November 12th.
At the Transfer Station from 9am-Until Done.
Need hardwood donations - Trucks to Transport - Splitters.
Volunteers to split, stack and load trucks.
If you need a load a wood that day
or have questions: Call Mary at 568-2783"

More Than a Thank You.......

Bless all of you wonderful men, women, and children who came out to the Sean Powers Wood Bank
 on Saturday to care for your neighbors. We were all amazed at the bounty of wood brought in
by townspeople throughout the year........and overjoyed at the fifty plus volunteers who came
to cut, split, stack and truck this gift.

Many of our neighbors were thrilled to receive a gift of firewood on that day. Many more were
 "warmed twice" by being able to use their own hands to provide a safety net of firewood in the
bank to help neighbors through the winter. Additionally, two of the people who received wood
last year, were able to give back.............One, by bringing in her own vehicle full of wood, and
another, by strapping on a back brace, and working all morning in the bank to serve his neighbors
 (this was after he had worked all night at his regular job).

The volunteers' work resulted in 16 truckload's of split wood delivered within our town
(about 16 cords) and another 8 cords stacked at the transfer station for folks during the winter.

Once again, we were all completely fulfilled and know that Sean would be "beaming"
 down at this community's beautiful spirit and good will.

Thank you all,
Mary and Tom Congoran


 

Donations of hardwood are always welcome. 
Those who are able to truck wood into the wood
 bank would be greatly appreciated.

 Volunteers are needed to split, stack and transport
 wood at the Sean Powers Wood Bank on November 12, 2016.  Please call 568-2783 if you are running short of wood
 yourself, or if you are able to donate hardwood.

 Wood for Warmth works because our neighbors
 step forward to help their neighbors.

 Thank you.