Cathy Dyson writes about King George County.
Trinity UMW goes to work
Trinity United Methodist Church members will get out their shovels and wheelbarrows on Saturday as part of a Habitat for Humanity project.
They’ll be working at Angelwood Apartments, a home for elderly or disabled residents at risk of becoming homeless. Trinity members will be building a drainage system and moving stones, "that kind of labor," said Rev. Michael Finn-McKenzie.
The workers will meet at 8 a.m. for a pancake breakfast, provided by the Methodist Men, then head to Angelwood Apartments by 9 a.m.
"We have plenty of engineers from Dahlgren and those who are retired," the pastor said. "There’s certainly a lot of enthusiasm for the project."