Contact: Mary Siroky
Online Registration
24
Jul
2021
Juneau
Spruce Root House
9290 Hurlock Ave
Juneau, AK 99801
United States of America

We have an opportunity to serve our community over three Saturdays for a maximum of 4 hours/Saturday. We are washing the vinyl siding and painting the trim on the main building at the Spruce Root House - the new homeless/transitional shelter for teens. Below is an outline of what we will be doing each day and what you will need to bring. As you can see we are well organized. I need one person to be the foreman for the three days - getting folks organized when they arrive and overseeing activities. Additionally, we need about four to five folks to work each day.
 
Please email me at msiroky@gci.net if you are interested in serving our community.
 
July 24   Wash and rinse vinyl siding
                Bob and supplies arrive around 8am
                Foreman arrives at 8am get set up
                Volunteers (need 3 to 4)  arrive around 8:30 – should be done by noon
                                Bring rubber gloves, safety glasses, be prepared get wet
 
July 31  Paint trim and soffits
                Bob and supplies arrive 8am
                Foreman arrives at 8am – get set up
                Volunteers (4-5) arrive around 8:30 should be done by 1pm
                                Bring paint brushes, safety glasses, appropriate painting attire
 
Aug 7    Final cleanup, fix missed spots and check off
                Bob and foreman arrive at 8:30
                Volunteers (2) needed should be done by 11am
 
 
Bob Didier = Expediter will provide the following:
Step Ladder(s)                                                   Hose                                 Dawn soap and vinegar
Brushes and Poles                                           Drop clothes                       Baker   
Spare safety glasses and masks
 
Mary Siroky = procurement, documentation, goffer
                 Match soffit color = 1 gallon
                Work with Jordan property manager to select trim color = 1 gallon