Mary Wilkes helps a needy Starkville family have a home

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Mary Wilkes, age 9, donated one-half of her craftwork proceeds from the FUMC Holiday Bazaar to Starkville Habitat for Humanity. Mary’s smile shares her joy of knowing all her donated dollars will go into the building of a Habitat home for a needy Starkville family. (Pictured: Mary Wilkes, center; Joel Downey, Executive Director, Starkville Habitat for Humanity- right; Lindsay Wilkes, Mother, far left).

Habitat Resale Store

Habitat’s Three Ole Men…and a Trailer -Resale Store volunteers were caught in action yesterday as they spent the afternoon making donation pick-ups. Yes, there are more than three with other volunteers not pictured.  Thanks Resale Store volunteers for the great job you do bringing in approximately $25,000 annually for purchase of building materials for Starkville Habitat homes. Additional volunteers are always welcome!!

 

 

162 Bennett House Dedication

 

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Habitat Board Member Suzanne Dressel presents Amos and Rakita Robinson a family Bible at their  August 3, 2014 House Dedication

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4-County Electric Helps Hang Barn Quilt For Habitat

The Barn Quilt was hung this morning on the Habitat Warehouse/Resale Store.  Looks great!!   When an opportunity, please extend a special thank you to 4-County Electric for their equipment and labor to hang it – in excessive heat.

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