Habitat for Humanity RV Care-A-Vanners are volunteers who tour the country to do good in different communities, and many are stopping in Tahlequah at a new RV parking lot at the Tahlequah Habitat ReStore on Mud Valley Road.
The volunteers fill different roles and supervise construction projects. Currently, the Tahlequah Area Habitat for Humanity is working on a house, and volunteers are helping. When they are not on site, they assist with tasks around the ReStore.
“We are currently building House No. 31, and to build that, we have to have volunteers. They are the way to keep the house costs down,” said Linda Cheatham, executive director of TAHFH.
Six new RV slots sit in the back of the store. Cheatham…