Habitat 2020: Thursday – Southern Hospitality

DANIEL HOLLIKER and JENN SOUTHERTON   Daniel Today was our third day at the worksite for Habitat for Humanity, and although it was quite a bit of work, it was a good experience. It has been great each day working with all the volunteers, both those from Lourdes and the local area. The group that … Continued

Guatemala 2018 – How does your garden grow?

– by Kristen Guballa   Personally, today was a harder day for me.  Yesterday, while participating in Mano Amiga, I hyperextended my knee and had to miss out on the maintenance project in the garden this morning.  Our team tended to the ripe vegetables and fruits and lent a hand for other various tasks around … Continued

Habitat 2018 – Day 5 – Teamwork and Communication!

Today’s blog writers: Kylie Kerner, Yahel Rivera, Lauren Poslaiko Kylie Kerner: Today we were on the worksite and I did sealants and staining of the deck and the side deck.  I had a great time today with all of my friends. We listened to Disney music and we had so much fun.  I really like … Continued

Habitat 2018 – Day 4 – Doors and Streets

Today’s blog writers: Anna Swartz, Regina Proshek, Emily Crain Anna: Today was day 2. We made it to Louisiana after a long trip and a stop to see Sister Mary Jo Mike in Biloxi. We spent the first half of our day painting and doing inside jobs because it was raining. We all enjoyed lunch … Continued

Habitat 2017 – On the Road

  March 4/5, 2017 by Laurie Knueven Early Saturday morning I arrived on campus to complete silence. As I rushed to put my luggage in the van and hide some things in the stow-and-go, so students would not see them, I couldn’t help but take a deep breath in (and then out) and notice the … Continued