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Habitat for Humanity Veteran Build seeks volunteers and applicants

Project meeting to take place Jan. 24
Jan 18, 2013

Sussex County Habitat for Humanity’s newest project leader and coordinator, Mike Nally of Lead Your Way Solutions, is seeking volunteers to build a home in Georgetown Point for a Sussex County veteran in need.

A meeting to discuss the project will take place at 6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 24, at the University of Delaware  Elbert N. and Ann V. Carvel Research and Education Center at 16483 County Seat Highway, Georgetown.

“We are excited to work with Sussex County Habitat for Humanity and serve such a special cause. It’s our honor and privilege to be a part of this project to honor our veterans,” said Nally.

At this general information meeting, key committee selections will be discussed. Additionally, a volunteer event coordinator and a volunteer construction manager are needed to help head up this project. Information will be shared about how prospective veteran homeowners can apply for this Habitat home. Nally urges potential candidates, donors and volunteers to attend and learn more about this upcoming project. “We need a lot of help; I hope people throughout the county will join the team and come out to our first meeting on Jan. 24,” he said.

Those who are interested in attending this meeting should RSVP to Mike Nally at vetbuild@sussexcountyhabitat.org.

Established in 2003 by Nally, Lead Your Way Solutions creates customized programs that meet the goals, strengths, needs and resources of its clients. The programs have transformed numerous individuals, leaders, teams and organizations. For more information, go to www.leadyourwaysolutions.com.

Nally is the owner of Lead Your Way Solutions and real estate development company, Nally Consulting. He served as a U.S. Army Ranger from 1982-86 and in the Maryland and Pennsylvania national guards from 1988-1990.His service has been influential in his desire to give back to veterans. He also has a long history of helping Sussex County Habitat for Humanity build homes for those in need.

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