See One, Do One, Teach One!

That’s the best way to learn, right? On Saturday March 7, the Sheds of Hope building teams of Memorial Presbyterian Church – Elizabethton TN and Lake Oconee Presbyterian Church – Eatonton GA joined together at the Rome Warehouse to train approximately 25 students of Georgia Tech in Sheds of Hope building skills. The event was hosted by MNA Disaster Response and Winshape Camps.

Doug Thomas, Memorial PCA working with a student.

The MNA Charles H. Jones Family Disaster Relief Warehouse and Training Center in Rome GA provides a great platform for SOH training events and is equipped with a Smart Bench, designed by John Browne.

Instructor Ed Robinson, former Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) missionary aviator, with Georgia Tech students building a wall. This is retirement.

This is the third year that students have traveled from Atlanta to assist at the warehouse. These students are members of Sigma Chi Fraternity. Go Yellow Jackets!

Safety Glasses all around!
Lake Oconee PCA team Leader, Dick Forrester supervising the end wall construction of a Shed of Hope. Perhaps the most critical part of a build.
Only the Lord knows where these Sheds of Hope will provide great hope to a tempest-tossed family, maybe in your community!
Warehouse and Training Center Manager, Mike Kennamer, receiving a gift from Sigma Chi Georgia Tech. Thank you, students, you blessed us immensely to bless others!

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