Campus Community Ministry Club Build Shed for Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity

Potomac State College of WVU’s Campus and Community Ministry Club recently built a storage building in conjunction with the Garrett County Habitat for Humanity Home Build program. The building, under the supervision of Gary Kalbaugh, was constructed over a two-day period on the College’s Quad by students, community volunteers and Club Advisors Pastor Jim McCune and Pastor Sally Bartling and Libby Kalbaugh. The building was then delivered to a family in Garrett County by Community Volunteer Haywood Wilson, standing far right. Pictured standing on the ground in front of the building from left are: Community Volunteers Josh Parrill, Ray Parrill, Student Robin Hartman, Pastor McCune, Students Nick Gardner, Andrew Canan, and Joseph Custer. Standing on the bed of the truck from left are: Students Tyler Corbin, Dalton Clower, Tyler Westfall, Jacob Pezzanite, and Jordan Custer.