Habitat for Humanity project makes new furniture out of old wood – Entertainment & Life – The State Journal-Register – Springfield, IL

We shop our local Habitat for Humanity Re-Store whenever we are looking for something for a project. Our master bath mirror and the master bath buffet-turned-into-vanity were bought at two different Re-Stores.

The Reclamation Administration

Habitat volunteer Hunter Westbrook uses a miter saw to cut wood planking from a recycled pallet that will be used in the construction of the bench. Fellow volunteer Michael Roberts also works on the bench. Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County is building furniture and other items out of wooden pallets in workshop space provided by South Side Christian Church of Springfield.

David Spencer/The State Journal Register

Habitat volunteer Hunter Westbrook uses a miter saw to cut wood planking from a recycled pallet that will be used in the construction of the bench. Fellow volunteer Michael Roberts also works on the bench. Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County is building furniture and other items out of wooden pallets in workshop space provided by South Side Christian Church of Springfield.

Habitat volunteer Steve Sullivan uses a crowbar to pry apart oak planks.

via Habitat for Humanity project makes new furniture out of old wood – Entertainment & Life – The State Journal-Register – Springfield, IL.

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