Gadsden-Etowah Habitat for Humanity Breaks Ground on 51st Home

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

 

A special guest celebrates a milestone with an organization that helps families in need. Alabama Congressman Robert Aderholt was among those who came out today to watch as the Gadsden-Etowah Habitat for Humanity broke ground on their 51st house. Lori Whidby and her children will be moving into the home in Glencoe once it is completed. Whidby says she and her children are fortunate to have this opportunity. Volunteer Steve Sharfenberg remembers the first house the Gadsden-Etowah Habitat for Humanity built. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers.

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