Tuesday, March 29, 2016

MAPS RV Project - Teen Challenge, Dublin, GA - March 12 - March 28

Almost two and a half weeks have past by since I blogged about the progress here at the Middle Georgia Teen Challenge and now the project is almost complete. Most RVers are getting ready to pull out the end of this week. Here are a few pictures of the progress to date.

Siding is now finished on the administration building. 

   Bill is finishing up on the trim around the windows today. 

Last blog the drop ceiling grid was going up and today the tiles are going up. 

Also Jack, Georgie and Jan are finishing up the painting. 

John has tiled the administration building. Lots of tile!!  

Here are a few pictures of the newly renovated administration building. 

  Picture window. David's new office. 

We were so happy to see Arlen arrive to lend a hand to paint. 

Arlen is spray painting the double wide dorm facility. 

Some of the ladies painted the poles supporting the walkway. Friends from Indiana, Dottie and Ron, visited and helped too. (Somehow I failed to get a pic). 

   Hi. Joyce. 

Here is a view of the buildings as of today. A lot of work, but is finally coming to completion. 

The double wide is nearing completion also. 

The double wide is now five bedrooms, dining room, bathroom, laundry room and kitchen. John also laid the tile in this building.  Georgie, Jack and Jan painted and painted. 

Carpet will be laid this weekend.

There has been a lot of work but we also have time for fun and relaxation.

Eating at the Lodge at Little Ocmulgee State Park. 

We've had cookouts. 

Some of us rode on the Teen Challenge float for St Patrick's Day

Joyce got to ride a hot air balloon. 

Up Up and Away.....

   Hot Air Balloon Glow. 

We celebrated birthday and anniversaries....

Jan and Les celebrated 50 years together.

We had an Easter Egg Hunt. It was supposed to be a flashlight hunt but rain threatened. Fun was had by all anyway. The winners of most eggs found and the prize golden egg was found by Jack and Georgia. 

Most of all we hope we have touched the lives of the young men here. 

Storm graduated about a month ago. 

We were happy to meet Aaron's family. Aaron has helped many days at the construction sites. 

Family day. 


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