Volunteers work on two Greenwood-Phinney homes for Rebuilding Together Seattle’s 25th anniversary

by | Apr 27, 2015

Dozens of volunteers from Rebuilding Together Seattle spent Saturday working on two homes in our neighborhood, while a total of 1,000 volunteers helped restore 25 homes and nonprofit agency’s buildings throughout the greater Seattle area.
These volunteers worked on the Phinney Ridge home of Patrick Brown, making it disability-accessible by converting a bathtub to a walk-in shower, replacing windows, installing a ramp and replacing outlets.
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Other volunteers worked on the Greenwood home of Marita Wottke and her son, Danny, by repairing leaks, re-hanging a door, installing smoke detectors, and building a ramp to the front door.
This is the 25th anniversary of Rebuilding Together Seattle.

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