Green Up Day!! We picked up garbage along the section of Rt. 7 that no-one else wanted to do, so we got quite a bit, but felt good about our contribution.
Are they sure they want us to do this?!
Indoor mudding and taping was actually pretty fun.
It's a beautiful day to be cleaning up brush outside.
Don't worry, Lacee wasn't REALLY using the chainsaw! :)
Habitat for Humanity work crew!
Having fun while helping out is always a good thing!
We dontated some balls to a youth group, and this was the postcard thanking us.
Youth group that we donated balls to. They love them!
Clinic for local children: setting
Clinic for local school children.
More setting practice.
Time to learn to hit the ball!
Now, let's put it all together and see what it looks like as a whole game.
Fun time for everyone!
Habitat for Humanity, stage one. Moving a pile of wood to the work site.
From an old barn, onto the trailer.
Quite a pile of wood, don't you think?!
Two people to a board. Slide it out, grab ahold, and then maneuver out of the barn to slide it onto the trailer.
OK, now we get to unload it at the home site.
Show those muscles!
Here's our work crew.
A job well done! Hopefully we'll get to come back next spring and help with the house!
learning to hit
even middle hitters need to know how to set the ball
putting it all together for a game
get those hands in the shape of a bowl
setting instruction and demonstration
moving to the ball to pass...
more passing practice
Girls in Sports Day, 2012