Volunteers Needed To Help Repair Disabled Veteran's Home

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Chattanooga City Councilman Chip Henderson, along with the Lookout Valley Neighborhood Association, are seeking volunteers to help with repairing a disabled World War II veteran's home.

Mr. Frank Cordell, a disabled World War II veteran, lives in his home at 3445 Franklin Drive in Lookout Valley, which is in need of major repairs.

The work will be done on Friday, Nov. 1, and Saturday, Nov. 2, starting at 8 a.m. each day.  

Anyone who can help should contact Councilman Chip Henderson at henderson_chip@chattanooga. gov.

The repairs that are needed are replacing the entire roof, and repairing other exterior and interior damaged areas.

Anyone who can help with time, a monetary donation, or with building material needed, should contact Mr. Joe Manning, vice president, LVNA, at (Home) 423 825-5665 or (Cell) 423 667-4480.

 

For monetary donations, please make check payable to: Lookout Valley Neighborhood Association, ATTN: Cordell Repair Fund.

 


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