Project Firewood

Couple Rounds Up Volunteers To Deliver Wood To Needy

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Posted: December 17, 2013

Volunteers Brian (left) and Becky Sherfey with their son, Jacob, 13, split logs Saturday in Shenandoah to prepare wood for families that need help heating their homes. Project Firewood is a community service project started by Shenandoah couple Ron and Annie Schupner. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Ron Schupner, who coordinated the project with his wife, Annie, hauls a load of logs for splitting Saturday. The Schupners round up dozens of people to help cut, split and deliver firewood to the needy in Page County and beyond.
Pat Hawse of Shenandaoh loads a pickup truck with wood Saturday for Project Firewood.
Justin Foltz, 16, saws a downed tree in Shenandoah for Project Firewood on Saturday.
Landon Campbell, 3, gets some help from his grandmother, Kaye Coppage, on the log splitter Saturday in Shenandoah.
When Annie Schupner was a child, she thought the phrase “mankind is my business” was an original creation of her mother.

It wasn’t until Schupner saw the film version of “A Christmas Carol”...


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