Imagine getting the keys to a new home for Christmas.
Smokey Barn News December 27, 2013 Springfield, Tenn.
Home For Christmas, Literally, A Habitat For Humanity Story
Imagine getting the keys to a new home for Christmas. That’s what happened to LaPorsha Wilson after Habitat For Humanity decided to surprise her early with the keys to a new home. The home is located in Springfield on 18th Ave near Woodland St. The home is brand new from the ground up.
Habitat for Humanity is a housing ministry financed through private donations and building with volunteer labor. Their purpose is to build homes with families and sell the houses at no profit and no interest to families who could not otherwise afford a home. http://youtu.be/L9Ut-6Q1s7w
People and companies that donated time, money or products
Adams United Methodist Church
Matt Burnett – Contractor
City of Springfield – sewer, codes & water dept.
Bob Ralph – Oversaw entire build
Tony Cobb – backhoe service
Andy Yant – Pest Inc.
David Fry – Construction
Shane Patterson – contractor
ELECTROLUX – ALL APPLIANCES
Lowes Home Improvement
Mitch Lancaster – Carpet One (See add right)
David Walker- Walker Hardware
McCarroll Heating & Air
David Smith – Concrete
John Price – Backhoe service
Leslie Richardson – Pay Less Lawn Care (See add below)
Don Sites – Plumbing
Jim Hill – Electrical
Rick Messin – Masonry
Jerry Duncan – Lee’s Home Center
Ken baker – tile floors
Bobby Witt – trim
Gary Noel – Lights
Luke & John West
Matt Langer – Construction
Toby Long – Painter
Mid-South Insulation & gutters
Greenbrier United Methodist youth group
Boy Scouts – troop 144
John West – Appraisal service
Warranty Title Company – legal
Barn News, September 22, 2013 Springfield TN
Habitat for Humanity is building another home in Springfield on 18th Ave near Woodland St. iPhone/iPad users click on image below to play video. http://youtu.be/zW9mZ315LfM
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