Carolina Cross Connection looking for projects
This summer, the young volunteers with the Carolina Cross Connection are in McDowell County helping the elderly, the disabled and others in need with minor home repair projects while sharing the love of Christ. Earlier this week, some teen volunteers and young adults with the CCC built a wheelchair ramp at the home of Tony and Reba Anders on Owl Hollow Road near Marion. During a break in the construction, the volunteers gathered around Tony and Reba Anders (center) for a group photo. (Photo by Mike Conley/McDowell News)
Posted: Thursday, July 10, 2014 5:00 pm
This summer, the young volunteers with the Carolina Cross Connection are back in McDowell County to help deserving folks with their minor home repairs.
Residents across western North Carolina can once again receive minor home repairs free of charge, thanks to the Carolina Cross Connection, a Christian outreach ministry based out of Concord. Youth and adult volunteers with the ministry will offer their services to the elderly, poverty-stricken, the disabled and other folks in need throughout June and July. The teen volunteers range in ages of 13 to 18 and there are young adults too willing to lend a helping hand.
Thursday, July 10, 2014 5:00 pm.