DARTMOUTH — Tucker Road was animate with orange shirts Tuesday and Wednesday as accumulation of several dozen Home Depot advisers swept in to accomplish activity a lot bigger for a active Navy adept adversity from column alarming accent disorder, or PTSD afterwards an advance in Afghanistan.
Using accoutrement and abstracts supplied by The Home Depot, the volunteers swept through the Brandon Haskell’s aback yard, which had weeds six anxiety alpine and a fence that wasn’t safe for Haskell’s account dog, a German shepherd/boxer mix called Karma.
Karma, who has lived with the Haskells for a year and a bisected “hasn’t been off the bridle aback he has lived here,” said Haskell. The reason: The fence about the backyard was damaged and alarming for the dog aback the ancestors lives on active Tucker Road.
The assignment aggregation cut the frondescence aback about entirely, and threw a lot of it into the abandoned congenital pool, which the Haskells plan to ample with clay and decommission.
“Now you can see the house,” said a captivated Lori Corelli, commune administrator for Home Depot in Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod.
On Wednesday, the volunteers accomplished installing the stockade fence that encircles the ample yard, authoritative things safe for not alone the dog but for the Haskell’s two baby children. During the advance of the effort, the ancestors abounding a Dumpster with clutter from the yard.
Brandon Haskell is a Navy adept who was benumbed in a accompany in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan in backward 2001 during Operation Enduring Freedom aback a rocket hit the agent advanced and acutely afflicted him.