Kutzer’s job with the Council on Aging includes making sure there’s sufficient money to keep Meals on Wheels coming to the local seniors who rely on the nutrition and human contact. She gets teary over all the people and firms helping the agency to raise dollars by constructing and raffling a Tumblewood Tiny House.
Employees of J Lerdahl Construction are erecting the adorable, 171-square-foot habitation using materials donated or sold at deep discount by Healdsburg Lumber, ABC Supply, Wright Bros Supply, Bob Haven of Window Haven, Spyrka Electric, Mick’s Door Shop and Reliable Hardware and Steel.
When the house on a trailer is finished, it will be worth more than $60,000. The Council on Aging hopes to raise some serious money for Meals on Wheels by selling up to 1,500 raffle tickets for $200 each.
To buy a ticket, follow the instructions at www.councilonaging.com/tiny-house or give Kutzer a call at 525-0143, ext. 146.