Auburn-Opelika Habitat for Humanity representatives, community sponsors dedicates Home #67 last week

2019-10-30 Habitat for Humanity #67

Special to the
Opelika Observer

Last Wednesday, Auburn-Opelika Habitat for Humanity representatives dedicated Habitat Home #67 on 1419 Branch Street to Anna Pace, Thomas Clark and their family.
According to information provided by executive director Mark Grantham, partner families work hard to contribute 500 volunteer hours, save a down payment, make a nonprofit mortgage payment and participate in home owner and financial classes. The house payments are then recycled to help build more homes in our community.
“Thank you to our Habitat board members, EAMC, Mayor Gary Fuller, Council President Pro-Tem Councilwoman Patsy Jones, all of our volunteers and everyone else that came to support the newest members of our Habitat family despite the rainy weather! We would also like to thank ACI Worldwide, EAMC Foundation, Dr. John and Roberta Hand, the Lee County Association of Realtors, Teresa Burns Estate, The Moore and Burns Families, City of Opelika, and Jacquelyn Dixon with Real Life Builders for sponsoring this home. We truly appreciate your support!” Grantham wrote in a press release.
For more information or updates, call 334-745-2123 or like and follow the organization’s Facebook page.


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