Steve Brown, Jiang Lin and Lynn Price were among the dozen members of Berkeley Lab's Environmental Energy Technologies Division who pitched in on a hot Saturday early this month to help at the Oakland work site of Habitat for Humanity--a non-profit organization that helps finance and build affordable housing for needy families both in the U.S. and internationally. The program relies almost exclusively on volunteer labor. Lab employees put up siding and roofing on several homes at East Bay Habitat's 105th Avenue site. The day-long event was sponsored informally by EETD and organized by Steve Pickle and Nathan Martin of the Energy Analysis Department. Says EETD director Mark Levine, "This type of volunteer activity is not only important and valuable, but consistent with the Division and the Lab's objective of improving the lives of Americans through hard work and public service." (XBD9902-00233)