Habitat for Humanity Brush of Kindness program

Tri-City HeraldMay 15, 2014 

Brush for Kindness

Mike Whitlow, a Habitat for Humanity volunteer, works Thursday from a lift painting the second-story windows of veteran Rodney Matteson's Kennewick home on South Washington Street. Matteson, an 83-year-old Pasco native, applied for the home improvement help. Whitlow, an employee of Areva Nuclear Fuels in Richland, said about 50 co-workers will help at 10 projects this weekend for Habitat’s Brush for Kindness program. To learn more or to volunteer, call 943-5555.

BOB BRAWDY — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Mike Whitlow, a Habitat for Humanity volunteer, works Thursday from a lift painting the second-story windows of veteran Rodney Matteson's Kennewick home on South Washington Street. Matteson, an 83-year-old Pasco native, applied for the home improvement help. Whitlow, an employee of Areva Nuclear Fuels in Richland, said about 50 co-workers will help at 10 projects this weekend for Habitat’s Brush for Kindness program. To learn more or to volunteer, call 943-5555.

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