Tobyhanna, PA, February 2020– Monroe County Habitat for Humanity will hold its fourth annual She Nailed It competition on Sunday, May 17, beginning at 1pm, at Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort, Shawnee on the Delaware, PA. The family-friendly outing includes entertainment and vendors and culminates in a spirited women’s nailing contest to see which team will take home the Golden Hammer.
Once again teams of four women will go head to head in a nail-biting, nail-hammering competition to see who can hammer the most nails into a 2×4 the fastest and be crowned the 2020 She Nailed It champions.
According to Habitat executive director Kelly Kemmerer, businesses, organizations and individuals are invited to create teams. Last year crowd pleasing action was provided by ten teams, including the 2018 and 2019 champions from Weiler, the Monroe County Garden Club, ESSA Nailers, Community Church’s Hammering Sisters, and Mad Time Fitness. “Weiler has already committed to defending its title,” Kemmerer said, “so the competition promises to be intense.”
This is Habitat for Humanity’s primary fundraiser and proceeds from the event will support its vision of every person in Monroe County having a safe and decent place to live. “Our goal is to complete 30 Home Preservation projects each year,” Kemmerer said, “and She Nailed It allows us to administer that.”