Willow Construction aids local 4-Her

From left are Joe Buckley, Sara Chapple, Jack Chapple, Kate Chapple, Tom Crowley and Corey Stricker.

EASTON — Willow Construction staffers joined Easton High School student Kate Chapple on Saturday, Aug. 24, to help her with her 4-H Diamond Clover Project.

Chapple’s project was a garage shelving and closet unit for the Gratitude House in Easton.

Corey Stricker, Dwayne Pellegrin, Joe Buckley and Tom Crowley from Willow helped Chapple plan and build the project, which included repurposing book shelves that were donated by Christ Church in Easton.

Chapple learned how to plan a construction project, estimate the costs for her fundraising efforts, procure the materials,and then complete the construction. From the guidance and training from Willow, Kate and her family were able to use power tools, math skills, and carpentry skills on the day of the build.

Willow Construction is a commercial, industrial and residential construction company on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Its reputation is built on more than 45 years of leadership and outstanding service. For more information, visit www.willowconstruction.com.

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