For at least the 16th year, 28 teen-agers and 12 adults from St. John the Evangelist Parish in Fenton, Mich., came to Maple Mount the week of July 24-30 to work on the campus and in Owensboro on behalf of Habitat for Humanity.
“It’s something we can do to help the community,” said Brittany Costantini, who was making her second trip. “It’s something I’ll want to do every year.”
In Owensboro, teens worked at the International Bluegrass Music Museum, at the Habitat office, and helping to frame a Habitat house. At the Mount, teens on July 26th were weeding the flower gardens and washing one of the community’s vans.