House #19

The construction of House # 19 began on Saturday, November 17 with around 35 volunteers. Our homeowner partner is Elena Guevera and her son Joseph. Elena is a single mom and is employed here in Henderson at Lowes. She will be putting in over 300 hours of sweat equity during the construction of her home. Elena’s future home is sponsored by Frances and Elizabeth Alford in memory of John R. Alford.

To view the slide show, please click on one of the pictures below.
HHS Key Club Students Leveling WallSetting Walls on the First Day of ConstructionFirst Day of FramingGroundbreaking Day for Home #19Key Club Students at WorkWorking on the Storage ShedHenderson First Baptist Church Members Install SidingOut of Town Volunteers Install Window TrimElena, the Homeowner, Receiving a Painting LessonHHS Key Club Members Add Paint to the ExteriorThe Alford Family at the First Day of ConstructionGroundbreaking Day-A New WindowBathroomThe Landscapping Has Been InstalledThe Front Porch Is Looking GoodGrass Seed Has Been PlantedAll the Kitchen Needs is a CookThe Front Bedroom is CompletedThe Living Rooms Just Needs Some FurnitureJust Waiting on Dedication DayGathering For the Dedication June 13, 2013Board President, Bill Preston, Opens the Dedication CeremonyPastor Candice Klein, Blesses the New HomeBoard Member, Jon Johnston, Recognizes Local VolunteersGicela Alejandro Introduces Homeowner, Elena GuevaraHouse Sponsor, Francis Alford with Elena GuevaraFrancis Alford Presenting Elena with the Keys to Her New HouseBoard Member, Peggy McAlister, Presenting the Family Bible to ElenaElena Thanking Mrs. Alford and All the Volunteers for Her New Home
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