Working in conjunction with the Lexington County Recreation and Aging Commission, members from LUMC volunteer to participate in this county-wide one day blitz by making minor repairs to improve the homes of low-income home-bound people. Its purpose is to make the home safer to allow the homeowner to remain independent for as long as possible.  This mission is made possible through the donations of churches and businesses around the county and, most importantly, the volunteers.

Christmas in Lexington 2018:
Volunteers – 6

Work accomplished:

Six volunteers, total of 3 houses repaired.  John Stewart, who lead our team, completed one of the homes prior to the April 28th work day.  We made repairs to a large deck, replacing some rotten deck boards and railing.  On the second home we replaced two windows and patched a hole in the flooring.