HRRC plans a full autumn schedule
Now that fall is in full swing, the Home Repair Resource Center (HRRC) begins its busy season. In October, HRRC offers classes on insulation and caulking, composting, hardwood floor refinishing, interior painting projects, and much more.
Organizers are especially excited for a Women’s Home How-To Carpentry Series beginning Oct. 4 and running every Wednesday through Nov. 15. Participants will have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with power tools and learn some basic carpentry, as well as how to hang drywall, lay and grout ceramic tile, and paint, among other projects.
The Women’s Home How-To Series is one of the services for which HRRC is best known, and the organization is planning for a packed house for the carpentry series.
HRRC is also working to spread the word about what the Cleveland Heights nonprofit agency does. In recent weeks, HRRC has offered classes in the Buckeye-Woodland neighborhood, as well as one in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood on Cleveland’s West Side. One of HRRC's goals is to expose residents of other communities to the services provided here by HRRC.
A listing of classes is at www.hrrc-ch.org, as well as on the new sign in front of the HRRC building at 2520 Noble Road.
David Brock is education coordinator for Home Repair Resource Center.