Jack Rohrer and Cliff Lowe volunteered with Habitat for Humanity.

During the last week of April and the first week of May, members and friends of Summit Mennonite Church in Barberton, Ohio worked with Habitat for Humanity of Summit County at three different home building sites. They did landscaping, hung drywall (on the ceiling!) and installed siding, along with cutting lumber for heating and cooling duct installation. Hank Rossiter said, “We had a wonderful time meeting new people and learning new skills. As one participant said, ‘it was a hoot!’”

Hank Rossiter, Marilyn Rossiter and Cindy Larson of Summit Mennonite Church volunteered with Habitat for Humanity of Summit County.