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2013 Stats (2014 in progress)

We completed 90 sites - 80 homes and 10 nonprofit facilities


We had a total of 1004 volunteers who worked a total of 5,592 hours


Number of disabled served - 94


Average annual income - $22,026


Since our inception in 2003 we have completed 559 projects and served 1026 people.

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Published: Monday. September 06, 2010 


By MEG MINEHAN. For The Saratogian



The 2010 Showcase of Homes is nearly upon us! Coordinated by the Saratoga Builders Association, this year’s Showcase of Homes will be spectacular and is indeed the largest ever in its 15-year history. There are 16 homes from 15 builders on display in Saratoga County. The lineup of award-winning builders is: Amedore Homes, BCI Construction, Bella Homebuilders, Belmonte Builders, Bette & Cring, Bonacio Construction, Camelot Builders, Cicero Builders, Saratoga Builders, SAS Builders, Sustainable Designs, Terrace Homebuilders, Toll Brothers, Waldron Builders and Witt Construction. Congratulations to all these fine builders who are participating despite the difficult economic times we are currently experiencing.

Please mark your calendars for this premiere, three-weekend fall event, which will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 18, 19, 25 and 26 and Oct. 2 and 3. You’ll need to plan for more than one day if you want to see all these magnificent homes. Tickets for the Showcase of Homes are $20 each and are good for all six days. They can be purchased at many Adirondack Trust Co. locations, Curtis Lumber, Realty USA or Roohan Realty. Tickets are also available online at www.saratogashowcaseofhomes.com or at any showcase home during the tour.




Taste of Malta set for July 20


The Business Review (Albany)

Thursday, July 8, 2010, 10:01am EDT


A variety of Malta, N.Y. restaurants and a Saratoga brewery will serve up samples of their best fare at this year’s Taste of Malta. The second annual event will take place from 5:30-8 p.m. on July 20 at the Hyatt Place at 20 State Farm Place in Malta Exit 12 of the Adirondack Northway.


Area restaurants will offer samples of their specialty dishes and Olde Saratoga Brewing Co. will offer microbrew tastings. Cost is$15.00 per person for 15 food-tasting tickets. Additional tickets are $1 each.


The tasting event is sponsored by the Malta Business and Professional Association. Partial proceeds from the event will benefit Rebuilding Together Saratoga County, a volunteer organization that repairs low-income housing.


For more information visit www.maltapba.com


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Rebuilding Together Saratoga’s




All Women Crew!



 Pictured from left to right: Paula Lomasney, Jacquie Tinker, Carol Mahoney, Michelle Richardson, Kathie Carswell, Dottie Rucinski, Alison Carswell and Mary Caroline Powers Van der Veer


Saturday, May 1, 2009. The project involved both skilled and unskilled women with generous funding sponsored by The Soroptimists of Saratoga and lead by House Captains Paula Lomasney and Dottie Rucinski.  The scope of work involved power washing the whole house, removing and replacing skirting, removing and replacing the deck planking and stairs on the rear 8’ x 16’ deck and completely demolishing and rebuilding the front 8’ x 8’ deck.  Also included was general yard cleanup.  It was a gorgeous day, perfect temperatures and brilliant sunshine.  The homeowner (disabled woman) was brought to tears by the skills, hard work and dedication. Several neighbors and friends were amazed and commented on the great work.  The all-women crew loved it, learned new skills and enthusiastically committed to coming back together next year!


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Rebuilding Together volunteers renovate

home of local family


Sunday, May 2, 2010

By MAREESA NICOSIA, The Saratogian


BALLSTON SPA — When Ernest Lionarons and his wife, Jacquelyn, called the state Weatherization Assistance Program to help fix heat ducts in their house last winter, they had no idea they’d just opened the door to a much-needed home renovation project.  An advocate at WAP contacted Rebuilding Together on their behalf, and now the family’s Lewis Road home of 15 years is undergoing major repairs.  The project is funded by a $10,000 Heroes at Home grant Rebuilding Together received from the retail corporation Sears Holdings. It will make the home safer, more energy-efficient and more accessible to Ernest Lionarons, who uses a wheelchair because of a diving accident that happened more than 20 years ago.  On Saturday, an eight-member volunteer crew from Rebuilding Together worked to renovate the porch so Lionarons can more easily access the house.  An existing ramp was fitted with new handrails, and volunteers built a second access ramp on a work shed next to the house.

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