Mission Box Truck Carries Years of Housing Rehab Volunteer Signatures

Housing Rehabilitation Program Assistant Maurice Tenney with one of his remarkable truck walls of volunteer signatures.

CHERRYFIELD, ME — The Mission’s Housing Rehabilitation Program and its years old collection of Housing Rehab volunteers signatures is retiring.

“Unfortunately, our Housing Rehabilitation Program box truck has reached the end of its service,” said Housing Rehab Program Manager Scott Shaw.

“Our truck will take with it to the great rehab project in the sky, all of our Housing Rehab volunteer signatures starting in 2016. Maurice Tenney, the Housing Rehab Progrom Assistant came up with this wonderful idea many years ago. Hopefully this volunteer signature collecting tradition continues the with the box truck replacing her,” said Scott.

Learn more about the Mission’s Housing Rehabilitation Program.