Habitat officers pick up hammer

 

Last updated 2/7/2023 at Noon

Outgoing Sisters Habitat for Humanity Board President Bob Buchholz passed the gavel to Joe Rambo. PHOTO PROVIDED

Sisters Habitat for Humanity welcomed their new board of directors on Tuesday, January 24. The gavel (a hammer) was passed from outgoing President Bob Buchholz to the new board president, Joe Rambo.

Buchholz said, “It was an honor to serve! Sisters Habitat is such a great organization that serves the community by bringing affordable homes to Sisters. I am always awed at the dedication of volunteers and staff to the organization and to the community. During my six years on the board, a lot transpired, including COVID and the purchase of the Thrift Store building; and through it all, we continued to build homes.”

The new vice-president is John Adamson; treasurer is Bruce Kemp; secretary is Kristi Amsberry. New board members Annie Andreson and Shauna Zobrist will join continuing members Marybeth Beall, Jan Bottcher, Elana Mansfield, Jacki Shepardson, and Rope Chew.

Sisters Habitat thanked outgoing board members Bob Buchholz and Ellie Hammond for their dedication to Habitat homeowners.

 

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