On Friday, June 25th, Albert McManus and Clara One Feather and their two children walked in to their new, beautiful, straw bale home nestled in a gentle valley of the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. It's a home they actively participated in building with the help of many volunteers and Red Feather member support. Beyond completing their "sweat equity" hours, both Albert and Clara were on the site each day, at times working late into the night to help keep the project on schedule. In addition, volunteers each week were treated to a Clara's world famous Indian tacos. As usual, the late spring weather was a challenge (including two nearby tornadoes), but Red Feather staff and the spirit of volunteerism prevailed! Congratulations to the McManus/One Feather family on their new home and heartfelt thanks to all the volunteers and supporters who make the project a great success!
Director of Development and Communications at Red Feather. Passionate about Healthy Homes for All.
Categories Home Renovation, Education, Navajo Code Talker, Veterans