More than 30 Lowe’s Heroes will join other volunteers from Sussex County Habitat for Humanity and the town of Laurel from 8:45 a.m. to 2 p.m Sept. 27 to Rock the Block as part of a neighborhood revitalization initiative in Old Town, Laurel.

Lowe’s Heroes are volunteers employed at the Lowe’s stores in Seaford, Millsboro and Lewes. More than 50 volunteers will provide cleanup, landscaping, painting and other exterior home repairs in this Habitat-driven project that engages neighborhood residents, encourages future work and creates an overall impact on the community. This is the second Rock the Block held in this Laurel neighborhood since March, made possible by collaboration between Sussex Habitat and Laurel residents.

Lowe’s granted $70,000 to support the Old Town, Laurel neighborhood revitalization initiative, which also includes home rehabilitations, financial empowerment workshops and community cleanup days.

For more, call 855-1153,ext. 217, or email audrey@sussexcountyhabitat.org.