The Current helps build a home

What do the cool folks at The Current do when they get a day off? Today, they helped out at a Habitat for Humanity townhome project on Third Avenue NE in Minneapolis. This picture was after they drywalled, installed laminate flooring, and built closet shelves


Nothing brings people together — in this case Mark Wheat and Mary Lucia — more than the successful use of a tape measure… eventually.


We put this top piece up twice, because we didn’t have it high enough on the first attempt. We dubbed this the Current’s Wall of Shame. Two of the people in this gang are Habitat for Humanity homeowners. They put in at least 500 hours of work for their home.


Jill Reilly learns that with a piece of drywall, a T-square, and a pencil, you can diagram a pretty good invasion of Wisconsin.


Jackie Fuller demonstrates the proper technique for the drywall “laying on of the hands” ceremony.


The idea for the day of work came from Mary Lucia. It was a great one.