The presentation will take place at 10 a.m. at the Logan County
Habitat Warehouse, 909 Woodlawn Road, Lincoln.
On hand to accept the check will be HFH President Cince Bowns along
with other Habitat board members.
The community is invited to attend and celebrate this gift with the
Habitat for Humanity of Logan County is currently working on its
21st build. It is a home located on South Kickapoo in Lincoln. This
home is being built in partnership with the Lincolnland Technical
Education Center Building and Trades Class.
When completed the home will belong to Tiffany Parrish and her two
sons, Tatum and Keaton.
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HFH is always eager to accept assistance in its building projects. Volunteers
are always welcome to come grab a hammer for however long they are available.
The local chapter is also always ready to accept applications for new homes.
Anyone who has a need for a home of their own may contact the Cince Bown by
calling 217-732-6412 and leaving a message, or by calling Tonita Reifsteck at
Applications are also available at the Habitat Warehouse.