Coach David Shores has arranged work on Habitat homes a couple of times, and Habitat board member Matthew Pope helped coordinate the work schedule. Pope said, “It took them no time to move the large wall panel. ... It would have been hard for us to do it without them and would have taken much longer.”
It’s a team effort that will make a real difference for one Pell City family, and in years to come players will be able to drive by and say, “I helped build that house.”
Athletic accomplishments are worthy goals; making a tangible difference in a neighbor’s life has value on a completely different level.
Our hats are off to the coaches, players and other volunteers who give of their time, energy and talents to improve the lives of others.