CLARKSVILLE, TENN. — Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County has launched Women Build 2012 with a series of free skills building clinics in partnership with Lowe’s at 2150 Lowe’s Drive.
The first two clincs have already been held, but they continue on Saturday, April 28, Saturday, May 5, and Thursday, May 10, according to a news release.
“We hosted 30 women at our April 14 Lowe’s skill building clinic, learning how to use power tools,” Jennifer Kready, Habitat executive director, said in the release.
The other clinics will focus on such things as drywall installation, siding and a refresher on power tools.
The clinics are designed “to ensure our volunteers will be comfortable on the construction site,” she said.