Morris Habitat for Humanity sent out a press release Wednesday giving some deserved props to several Morristown High School students, who recently volunteered their time with the program.
The press release is below.
There are a number of high school groups that help the Morris Habitat ReStore in Mine Hill on a regular basis. Recently, it was from a great group of students from Morristown.
Tomas Quinteros Amat, Joanna Felsenstein, Danielle Schussel, Vera Mastrolli and Kiah Sandler were there on the first of two half-days of volunteer work by the Morristown High School Habitat for Humanity Club.
One of the donations that the ReStore gets is paint. Without being able to identify it, it would remain a “mystery” color. These students spent the day opening and mixing partial cans of paint into 5 gallon containers that then can be used as a base coat for projects. It was a messy job but someone had to do it!