Beebe To Host Habitat Tool Drive Oct 21-25 In Lewes - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Beebe To Host Habitat Tool Drive Oct 21-25 In Lewes

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LEWES, Del. - Beebe Medical Center is hoping its staff, employees and the public participate in the tool drive, which will be held Monday, October 21, to Friday, October 25.

Medical Center officials say they are continuing to support the Healthier Sussex County initiative by partnering with Sussex County Habitat for Humanity to build two houses in Georgetown. This month, Beebe Medical Center is working with Habitat to collect a variety of tools for the nonprofit organization.

A collection bin will be in the lobby by the patient pick-up traffic circle (near the Emergency Department) at the medical center in Lewes. All you have to do is walk in and drop off your donation.

As part of the tool drive, Habitat is also accepting Lowe's gift cards. Here is a list of approved tools:

3M dust mask (N95 rating)
Box cutter blades
Box cutters
Carpenters pencils
Caulk (White)
DAP Brand preferred White
Chalk line
Cleaning supplies
Bleach
Box of Rags
Simple Green
Sponges
Contractor trash bags
Drill bit sets
Duct Tape
Ear plugs
FireX Smoke Detectors
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Framing hammers
First Aid Supplies
Paint supplies:
Paint brushes
Paint roller covers
Paint trays
Paint tray liners
Painters tape
Ratchet straps
Safety glasses
Sanding blocks
Screw bit sets
Sharpies
Slotted and Phillip screw drivers
Stainless Steel Screen Door & Storm Door Chain Stop
Tape measures – 25ft or 35ft
Work gloves

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