Board member Bobbi Barends, left, and communications and advocacy manager Katie Millard sell tickets for the raffle and Re-Do voting.
Board member Jeanine O'Donnell has a wad of cash for the ReStore fundraiser.
Pouring wine and serving beer from Baird Mandalas Brockstedt are (l-r) Heidi Gilmore, Andy Zampini, ReStore staff, and Michelle Wenz.
Winners of the Re-Do competition are Eastern Shore Design team (l-r) Tyler Morton, Robert, and Roberta Burke. They took an old bureau and redesigned it to be a kitchen island.
Having a seat during the festivities are (l-r) Ed Detterline, Jeff and Joanne DiBella, Mary and Bob Roche, Marie Detterline and Francis Murphy.
Describing how his team came up with the design of the Murphy bed is CAD designer Jay Berkey
Team CAD took two pieces and combined them to make a Murphy bed. Shown (l-r) are Jay Berkey, Avonda Cannon and Leon Lo.
Cathy Basenese, ReStore project manager, asks for a show of hands how many people shop, volunteer and donate to ReStore.
Board member Mike Nally thanks volunteers for all they do.
Mark Quigley, (l-r) former ReStore manager, Rosemary Lilly, and Brian Shannon, Laurel Redevelopment Corporation, enjoy the hors d’oeuvres.
Attendees enjoy the short film about the Re-Do projects and the team members.
Jay Gundy, Habitat development director, presents plaques for participation in the ReStore Re-Do project.
The Parker Group associates, (l-r) Dustin and Rachel Parker, and Jenn Thompson, hosted the ReStore Re-Do project, posing with Sussex Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Kevin Gilmore.