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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Habitat for Humanity Home Dedication Moved To the Roulette Fire Hall

Habitat for Humanity Home Dedication will be at the Roulette Fire Hall

Habitat for Humanity Roulette home dedication will be at the Roulette fire hall due to weather. It will take place at 4pm today. All are welcome to join us!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who is the Lucky Family ??? How were they picked ???

Anonymous said...

The lucky family is the hogue-watt family. There is a big process of picking the family. There is a huge application that has to be filled out and certain requirements that need to be met before one can get a home.

The next home is in shingle house.

Anonymous said...

Just curious if these homes are ever inspected after giving them? Inspected for general maint., cleanliness, etc? Any requirements there?

Duane Fry said...

As for home maintance it is up to the homeowner to mantain thier home as you do yours. Habitat for Humanity build the home, just like a contractor with out contractors labor cost.Once the morgage is signed it is theirs just like anyone else buying with a bank morgage. Please go to the Habitat for Humanity web site to learn more about this wonderful organization.

Anonymous said...

How do you qualify?

Anonymous said...

Way to go Duane Fry. Tell it like it is. Like they wrote on here you are as real as it gets!

Anonymous said...

Please keep in mind that these homes are not "free". The recipient families invest a lot of "sweat equity/man hours" into the build and, in the case of the current family, a substantial financial investment in flooring, appliances, etc. They are responsible for the mortgage, taxes, and insurance. With that being said poster at 6:25, does anyone come in and inspect your home for maintenance and general cleanliness?