Posted by Peter Jones on Dec 12, 2017
On Saturday, the Skookum Rotarians braved the cold and the occasional smashed thumb to help Habitat for Humanity build their latest project in Shelton, Washington
 
Skookum Rotarians did get together for their annual Christmas Brunch last Saturday, but more importantly they took the opportunity to join forces with Habitat for Humanity in raising the wall of their latest project.
 
The Mason County chapter of Habitat is on its twenty-seventh home built in Mason County, and Skookum Rotary is proud to partner with this wonderful organization; $5,000 Oysterfest dollars have been donated from the Skookum Rotary Foundation to this house, and now the sweat, toil, and (not too much) blood of the Skookum Rotarians is a part of this home as well.  Thanks goes out to Habitat for all the fine work they do in our community, and we look forward to more opportunities to partner with them in the future.