Last Saturday, October 8, was a work day. Unlike recent work days, where we've had little to no volunteers, we had a great number of workers on this work day. We had a group from a church in Sheboygan Falls, WI, a group from Able Church, and few individual families there to help. A wide variety of projects were worked on. In the photos above and below, you can see the group that worked on staining the craft cabin. They did great on such a messy job!
The 4 signs for the Trapline Lodge were hung.
Tim and Tony had spent time in the days prior to the work day getting the facade of Molly's house ready for the work day volunteers to hang cedar shakes.
This crew put together 6 sets of bunkbeds. Afterwards they sanded them. The bunkbeds are now ready to be stained at the next work day.
The guys from Able Church spread topsoil around the newly paved sidewalks.
The ladies from The Able Church replanted our butterfly garden, and, as you see below, raked leaves.
I forgot to put in the last blog about the trees that we planted. We had about 50 evergreen trees donated and we purchased 200 seedlings. They were all planted by Tony and the guys. In the photo above, you can see some of the trees that were planted behind Molly's house. It's exciting to know that these trees will grow to make beautiful areas on the grounds. The trees in this photo will eventually block the view of all that roof.