A helping hand

Despite steady rainfall April 28 and Saturday morning, 60 non-prior service Airmen and active duty members from the 362nd Training Squadron stood ready to assist the annual area Christmas in Action program.  Above, house captain Airman Jason Winnick, works on the siding of a home as Airmen Christopher Hood and Erin Carrier get ready to help with flashing. Weather didn’t pose much of a deterrent as half the crew went out to work on two Wichita Falls homes on Elm and California streets.  Prepared for construction, electrical and yard work duties, the group was able to finish some siding and landscaping chores and will return next weekend to complete the exterior paint job. (U.S. Air Force photo/Debi Smith).

Despite steady rainfall April 28 and Saturday morning, 60 non-prior service Airmen and active duty members from the 362nd Training Squadron stood ready to assist the annual area Christmas in Action program. Above, house captain Airman Jason Winnick, works on the siding of a home as Airmen Christopher Hood and Erin Carrier get ready to help with flashing. Weather didn’t pose much of a deterrent as half the crew went out to work on two Wichita Falls homes on Elm and California streets. Prepared for construction, electrical and yard work duties, the group was able to finish some siding and landscaping chores and will return next weekend to complete the exterior paint job. (U.S. Air Force photo/Debi Smith).