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ICCF home in need of volunteers

Post photo by J. Reed

Post photo by J. Reed

By Judy Reed

The lot at 40 E. Maple is once again the site of a family home.

The previous home, which had been turned into apartments, was destroyed in a fire five years ago. The lot sat vacant until January, when Inner City Christian Federation began building a home on it. ICCF, which is similar to Habitat for Humanity, builds homes for those in need. Their mission is to “provide housing opportunities and services that encourage family responsibility and independence, thereby helping to build stable communities.”

The three-bedroom, two-story home is similar to others in the area. Don Fredricks, Construction Volunteer and Special Projects Coordinator, said that roof inspections should be done this week, and that they would be drywalling and insulating the inside. After that, they will need volunteers to step forward to help finish the project. “We will need trim carpenters in two to three weeks, and painters,” said Fredricks.

Anyone who would like to volunteer their services should call Fredricks at (616) 262-8863.

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