Working to Help Our Navajo and Hopi Neighbors

Many of us take for granted how easy it is for use to apply the first principle of COVID-19 precautions: “Wash your hands.”  It’s not so easy when you have no running water.

I volunteered and built hand wash stations for Navajo and Hopi homes via the native-owned company Red Feather on May 30 and look forward to volunteering again in the future dates to help our community.

The Arizona Daily Sun published an article about this effort today.

Published by Ann Heitland

Ann Heitland is a writer, living in Flagstaff, AZ. She's also a golfer, ex-lawyer, retired real estate broker, and active Democrat.