Faces of Tivnu (Vol. 3)

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by Reuben Dreiblatt

This picture was taken in the Tivnu backyard where on most Wednesdays instead of traveling to the Habitat worksite we will be building in the backyard. Currently we are working on a shed to store our bikes and other necessary storage.

This picture was taken in the Tivnu backyard where on most Wednesdays instead of traveling to the Habitat worksite we will be building in the backyard. Currently we are working on a shed to store our bikes and other necessary storage.

What is the most enjoyable part of non-Habitat for Humanity days?

 Program Participant Nomi (pictured above): It is good to be able to learn a new set of skills and be able to see a very specific project go from start to finish. I have seen that in the shed, in pickling with Marissa, and baking hamentchen with Baye.

 Program Participant Reuben (not pictured): I like the slightly later wake-ups and the fact that we don’t have to commute to work. I realize this sounds selfish, but it is also nice to build something for yourself and the group. I love Habitat and the feeling it gives me when I help others ,but sometimes its nice to do something for yourself and work all day as opposed to the often sporadic work at Habitat.

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