Davie dedicates 18th Habitat home
Published 10:08 am Thursday, July 9, 2020
After 30 years, the Davie County affiliate of Habitat for Humanity recently dedicated its 18th home.
With several months for the homeowner selection process and several more months of construction, the latest homeowner has finally moved into her new home. Even with the COVID-19 restrictions and hurdles, the dedication was held.
Participating in the ceremony were: Tamara Taylor, executive director; Nathan Broyles, affiliate president; Liz Kirk, vice president; Carole Demmy, secretary; and Doug Mansfield, board member.
Lita Wieter created a quilt for the homeowner in the Eleanor Burns’ “Day and Night” pattern, which matches the colors the homeowner chose for her bedroom. This is the second quilt Wieter has made for a Habitat homeowner. The hand quilting was done by Brenda Rothrock.
Habitat for Humanity provides the opportunity for people to have a safe and affordable home of their own. For information about this organization and for opportunities to volunteer, email to firstname.lastname@example.org.