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Missionary Housing Construction Project

Phase 1

In July 2016, groundbreaking began for Phase 1. Volunteer laborers dug a foundation; In September 2016, another group of volunteers built the walls on which the former studio building would be placed.

The placement of the KCAM studios since 1964. The new foundation is perpendicular to the original placement of the studios. The KCAM tower field is in the background.

before

In April 2017, a volunteer crew spent a week turning and moving the building onto its new foundation.

moving

The upper floor will become a three-bedroom home.

The basement will be converted into two apartments with shared kitchen.

after

All of the labor was performed by volunteers from Glennallen and Pennsylvania, and KCAM’s general manager.

volunteers

May 2017: A Lightshine Ministries team framed in the entryway and installed stairs to the upper and lower levels
building
June-October 2017: Iindividuals, families, and teams from Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, and Alaska have volunteered their skills and time to make progress on the inside work:
walls

February 2018: Guys from Lightshine Ministries and YWAM in Homer, Alaska, braved 40 below zero outside to come do the initial mudding and taping of the drywall upstairs. Marty and Dave from Pennsylvania spent a week installing a furnace and the baseboard heat. We are now priming the walls and anticipate doing finish work over the next month.

April 2018: Milt Peters and Don Ressler of Glennallen graciously spent time clearing snow off land where we anticipate breaking ground to build a 24’x26′ cabin.
  

If you have construction skills and would like to come help with framing, drywall, or other phases of these construction projects, please contact us at manager@kcam.org.

Phase 2

How can you help?