Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Mark Bailey, President of Habitat's Board of Directors, addresses the house-packing crowd during the dedication of 716 Martin Luther King Avenue, Monday, March 16. Standing behind him is Vice-President Terry Emrick, Henderson County High School Principal Kim Marshall and Dr. Victor Doty, Principal for the technology curriculum, Assistant Principal Rich Hopf and Brad Moyes, Construction Class instructor. Thirty-five high school students participated in building the MLK house from the initial wall framing to the finish trim.
Posted by Bob at 6:08 AM
Sixty-five volunteers, friends and family members participated in Monday evening's dedication of the most recently completed Habitat for Humanity house in Henderson, the new residence of Connie, Mark and Erica Madole. The Martin Luther King Avenue house was filled with members of the Henderson County High School Construction Technologies Class members who built the house under the direction of Brad Moyes, members of Habitat's Board of Directors, church friends and siblings. Chair of Habitat's Family Services Committee, Donna Mathias presents new homeowner Connie Madole with a family Bible, donated by the Henderson County Gideon Camp. HCHS senior student Jessica Bruce later present Ms. Madole the keys to the house she helped build.
Posted by Bob at 5:58 AM
Friday, March 6, 2009
"Mothballed" since early November, work has resumed on the Habitat house at 608 Letcher Street by the Thursday Crew. The house was framed and "dried-in" prior to Thanksgiving to provide a work area during the winter once two previous houses were completed. The Thursday Crew shows up at 8am each Thursday and newcomers are welcome!
Posted by Bob at 11:44 AM
to attend the dedication of the
Habitat for Humanity house in Henderson,
5:30pm, Monday, March 16
at 716 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue
built by the Construction Technologies Classes
of Henderson County High School
Brad Moyes, Instructor
Dr. Victor Doty, Assistant Principal
The new home of Connie, Mark and Erica Madole
Posted by Bob at 11:33 AM