Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter to spend fall break in Madisonville
- Author: WKU News
- Author: Friday, October 5th, 2018
Members of the WKU Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter will be spending their fall break in Madisonville.
The WKU group will be working Oct. 11-13 on a project with Hopkins County Habitat for Humanity as part of Habitat’s efforts to eliminate substandard housing. This effort is a part of Kentucky Habitat for Humanity’s “2020 Housing Vision.”
Participants in the trip include Bryan Reaka, chapter advisor and faculty member in WKU’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; Hannah King of Brandenburg, a senior Psychology major; Caleb Harter of Chesterfield, Missouri, a sophomore Manufacturing Engineering Technology major; Allison Hohenstein, a junior Economics and Chinese major from Radcliff; Savanah Russ, a junior Paralegal Studies major from Hernando Beach, Florida; Kayla Austin, a sophomore Elementary Education major from Utica; Austin Loney, a senior Civil Engineering major from Madisonville; Jacob Marshall, a junior Civil Engineering major from Rineyville; and Dominic Castlen, a senior Accounting major from Lexington.
If you would like to contribute to WKU Habitat for Humanity’s efforts to eliminate substandard housing, please make check payable to WKU Habitat for Humanity and send to:
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd #51066
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1066
Contact: Bryan Reaka, (618) 610-8343 or email@example.com