Amanda Steurer-Zamora, left, and Robyn Garing prepare to mask off parts of a building before priming.

Amanda Steurer-Zamora, left, and Robyn Garing prepare to mask off parts of a building before priming.

Windermere Real Estate agents donate time to help Habitat for Humanity in Jefferson County

PORT TOWNSEND — Agents from the Port Townsend and Port Ludlow offices of Windermere Real Estate volunteered at Habitat for Humanity’s Birkenfeld site June 7.

The agents assisted with preparing a house for priming, assembling sections of fencing, transporting materials, and priming siding and trim.

The agents were participating in Windermere Community Service Day.

According to a press release, Windermere real estate offices across the country have been closing for one day each year since 1984 so that agents can volunteer at a charity of their choice.

For more information, visit www.windermere. com.

Paul Rice uses a paint sprayer to prime a house.

Paul Rice uses a paint sprayer to prime a house.

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