Cape Gazette

Primo volunteer Clive Rainey visits Sussex Habitat for Humanity

Nov 09, 2013
Photo by: Submitted Clive Rainey signs a header at the welcoming reception at The Brick Hotel in Georgetown Oct. 18. The header will be used in a Habitat home this coming year.

Clive Rainey serves as Habitat for Humanity's first African director and is noted as being the first international volunteer. Several events were held in his honor Oct. 18-19 in Sussex County, sharing the mission and vision of Habitat for Humanity.

During his visit Clive Rainey talks with old time friend Namu and her son Esha Akemba, Habitat for Humanity homeowners. (Photo by: Submitted)
Rainey speaks at a prayer breakfast held at  Saint Edmond Catholic Church in Rehoboth Beach sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. (Photo by: Submitted)
From (l-r) Clive Rainey meets with Sussex County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Kevin Gilmore and Community Engagement Director Tom Protack. (Photo by: Submitted)
Clive Rainey and Executive Director Kevin Gilmore break ground with Keyonda Weston and her two daughters during the Project Blessing Groundbreaking in Georgetown. (Photo by: Submitted)
Jody Heisler, Habitat homeowner, spoke about her experience then handed the mic over to Clive Rainey at the evening reception at FIsh On in Lewes Oct. 19. (Photo by: Deny Howeth)
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