This project wasn't planned in advance. When the team at Christmas in April Calvert County laid out the time and resources for this year's activities they had no idea that one of our own Calvert families would need their support. When the home of Supervisor Ron Thomas's family was taken by fire there was no hesitation to step up and do what needed to be done.
As of today, volunteers with Christmas in April, Exelon Militaries Actively Connected (EMAC) and Patuxent Habitat for Humanity have demolished 3 structures and an RV, and removed 30 tons of construction debris.
"I want to thank all our volunteers for all their effort and support. As each of you are aware, these types of projects only happen because each of you are willing to give back to our neighbors in need. As you give thanks this holiday season, we are thankful for all that you do to support our community. Happy Holidays, I hope you join us in the trenches for our next project," Steve Sanders, Calvert Cliffs Radiation Protection Manager and long-time volunteer with Christmas in April Calvert County.