New Storage Shed for Community Firewood Project

By Jim Goodrich
Groveland Rotary Club, Evangelical Free Church of Groveland, and Groveland Community Services District have a three-way partnership of supplying firewood to those people in our community who rely on it as their only source of heat in the winter months and have little money to pay for it. The church identifies those in need. GCSD provides the space to store wood, and Groveland Rotary Club splits and delivers the wood to those in need. Each year Rotary splits and delivers 10 to 15 cords of firewood to people in Groveland and Big Oak Flat.
Screen Shot 2016-09-08 at 1.16.51 PMStoring the equipment that Groveland Rotary Club uses for this project had become a problem. But, through the generous contributions from members of our community, a new storage shed was constructed. Doug and Shane Leahy of Leahy and Sons Construction provided the concrete foundation and constructed the 10×10 foot shed. Alan Gaudenti, owner of PML Hardware in Big Oak Flat, provided all construction material. Kelly Moore Paints provided the paint for the shed. Through these generous people, we now have a safe and secure place to store the equipment needed to cut and split the firewood that keeps people warm in the winter. To these generous people, Groveland Rotary Club sends a big        THANK YOU!

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