Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure coordinator Connor Ciment’s years of service with The Fuller Center for Housing are drawing to a close, but he’s going out with a bang. Today, he sat down with Fuller Center President David Snell to talk about his most recent adventure — not on a bicycle but on a Fuller Center Global Builders trip to La Florida, Peru, which dedicated its 100th Fuller Center home last week. You can find that video below, just before the photo slideshow provided by trip leader Mike Oliphant at the bottom of this post.
Among those joining the Global Builders trip were Linda Fuller and husband Paul Degelmann. Linda shared a blog about her experience (read her blog entry here), which included meeting a young sculptor named Millard Zenon Rodriguez. Millard was the first baby born in a Habitat home in Puno and was named after the late Millard Fuller and Zenon Colque Rojas, who started that project in Peru and now leads The Fuller Center’s work in La Florida — he also will be at next week’s Millard Fuller Legacy Build in Beauregard, Alabama.
Thank you to trip leader Mike Oliphant for sharing these great photos from Peru: