Today we wrapped up some of our remaining projects. The hut / shelter for the security guard was completed, the generator room closed off, and then we spent a while working on what was the storage depot and preparing it for use as a new boys' dormitory. This involved a lot of cleanup, sorting out the storage room, and also replacing the old windows with something more durable.
Our false alarm threw things into a bit of confusion this afternoon, so it was a bit of a shorter day than most. :) The roof of the new apartment is progressing slowly, but the Haitian work crew will finish that up an pour it in the coming days after we return (though we wish we were going to be here to see it).
We thought we'd give you a bit of a photo gallery tonight, highlighting some of our recent activities and different members of the team...
Brian Roberts is on his third tour here at HATS. He's a hard worker who loves the kids and is one of those really handy people who can help with almost every kind of project we do.
Robert (Bob) Comeau is on his fourth trip, having just been down before Christmas with his wife Linda, to help provide a special Christmas dinner at the school. Bob helps to lead a lot of our project work and is a core member of the work team.