Marlborough, MA – On October 7th, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School hosted a press conference for our Tiny House Project. Representatives from each of the project’s partners, C.F. Adams, Maine Seacoast Mission, and Downeast Community Partners, were in attendance. Also, several local news stations attended and reported on this great community project.
The press conference was held to acknowledge the Assabet students for the work they have accomplished and are continuing to do on the tiny house, as well as provide a project update. Scott Shaw, with Maine Seacoast Mission, spoke about how the project’s partnerships were formed, how the project became a reality, and how much has been learned along the way. The tiny house idea started out on a napkin a couple of years ago, and it’s nearing completion. The target delivery date is Veterans Day.
The tiny house project has been made possible due to the generous support of the C.F. Adams Charitable Trust, the Assabet student who are constructing the tiny home, and DCP and Maine Seacoast Mission for preparing the site and overseeing completion of home once it arrives in Maine. Additionally, this project has become a reality because of the support of our generous sponsors and our Architect, Jeri Spurling.
Stay tuned for more building updates and an update on the groundbreaking in Milbridge Maine!!!