Here are the other businesses getting involved in the Raise The Roof Campaign

Get to know everyone who’s stepped up so far to help meet the needs of Youth Services of Creek County in our Raise The Roof Campaign.

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Micah is the owner/Editor-In-Chief of Sapulpa Times and passionate about telling the everyday stories in the town that we love. You can find him on Twitter at @meetmicah or email him at news@sapulpatimes.com.

Three additional businesses and a church have stepped up to handle the ongoing project called the Raise the Roof campaign, which was started by Dynamic Restoration, LLC. The project, is continuing to gain steam after businesses came on board to handle other needs, such as tree trimming and removal, kitchen countertops, and fence repair and painting. Stay tuned to SapulpaTimes.com to see the latest progress being made!

Do you want to get involved? See the list of needs and fill out the form at sapulpatimes.com/raisetheroof

Here are the players we have so far:

Dynamic Restoration Services, LLC

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Mike Balch, Joey Balch and Kodi Dunlop of Dynamic Restoration

The gang at Dynamic Restoration are the ones that essentially launched this project, by gifting a brand new roof to the building that Youth Services of Creek County works out of and houses displaced children in. Owner Joey Balch says that the campaign was an opportunity to give back to the community that’s been so good to them. (Sidenote: Joey’s grandmother Shiela actually worked for the YSCC for a number of years!)

AMG Countertops

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David Anderson of AMG Countertops will be handling new granite countertops for YSCC’s kitchen.

Dilly Tree Service

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Gary Dilly of Dilly Tree Service, will be handling tree care and removal.

Foundation Church

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David Crutchfield of Foundation Church will be handling fence work, painting and general labor.

Youth Services of Creek County

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Erin Brook, the Director of Youth Services of Creek County, has been instrumental in keeping the organization funded for years, and is always looking for a chance to expand on the services they offer the county, including parenting classes, assistance for needy families, and much more. She made the news again recently when YSCC received a check for $15,000 from AT&T.

About the Author

Micah is the owner/Editor-In-Chief of Sapulpa Times and passionate about telling the everyday stories in the town that we love. You can find him on Twitter at @meetmicah or email him at news@sapulpatimes.com.

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