Posted by Jeffrey Brennan on Aug 14, 2019

Spearheaded by Mike Mallahan, the Peoria Home district grant project began over a year ago. Peoria Home is a non-profit organization providing sanctuary and support for women survivors of sex trafficking and prostitution. The goal of the project was to renovate a garage at Peoria Home's new house in Everett to provide it with a space for meetings or just relaxing.  Rotarians, family members and guests rolled up their sleeves and worked over several months on this project.  This project would not have been possible without the leadership and support of Tenhulzen Painting and Construction and contributions from Dunn Lumber and the community.  Recognition for some of the contributors was given at this weeks meeting.


Peoria Home recognition picture. 
Front: Terry Inglis and Laura Ballard with Peoria Home.  Back (left to right): Michele Tenhulzen, Jim Coshow, Jr., Dan Luxmore, Rodney Sheirk, Ken Dubell, Scott Tenhulzen, Mike Mallahan, and Frank Simons
Jim Coshaw, VP of Sales, and Dan Luxmore, Lynnwood store manager, receive a Paul Harris recognition for Dunn Lumber from club president, Frank Simons. 
Mike Mallahan presents gift certificates to Rodney Sheirk and Ken Dubell of Tenhulzen Painting and Construction for their volunteer contributions of time and services to the project.