CAM Construction Gives Back with St. John’s Community Service Project

Last week Jeff Patrizi, founder of CAM Construction, lent a hand and his building expertise to the St. John’s (SJS) class of 2016 community service project at the Historic Freedmen’s Town Labrynith in the 4th Ward.

 

The junior class construction project included hauling bricks, leveling the ground, building paths, planting trees, staining the boundary fence and putting in flower beds to prepare for the Gratitude Labyrinth Walk on Sunday, November 23rd.

 

The labyrinth was built as a collaboration between the Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance at Rice and a group of volunteers across Houston including three SJS juniors and a lower school faculty member. For more information about the Historic Freedmen’s Town Labrynith, visit their Facebook page.

 

CAM Construction was happy to give back to the community in appreciation and honor of you, our wonderful customers and those we are so fortunate to work with and for. We are proud to support the SJS outreach efforts where more than 92% of the upper school students participate in community service projects, accumulating over 36,000 hours of service each year!

 

Jeff Patrizi and other St. John’s volunteers installing the newest Historic Freedmen’s Town Labrynith welcoming sign.
Jeff Patrizi and other St. John’s volunteers installing the newest Historic Freedmen’s Town Labrynith welcoming sign.

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