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2016 Build Dates

Wilson Habitat for Humanity will be building homes for four families in 2016 and invites you to join us as we build better lives, communities and hope for low-income families. Builds will be on the following dates:

May 7 - June 5
June 4 - June 26
Aug. 27 - Sept. 25
Nov. 5 - Dec. 4

For more information about how you can get involved, contact Director Tory Tredway at 615.453.4539. Joining a Habitat build is a great way to get involved in your community and make a difference in so many lives.

 


 

 

 

    
 

Wilson's 65th Home Dedication Set for Sunday, Oct. 18

Wilson Habitat for Humanity dedicated its 65th Habitat home in Wilson County Sunday, Oct. 18 at 12 p.m. for Juannashia Keeley on a lot that was donated by The Glade Church, according to Tory Tredway, Wilson Habitat director.
 

“Each time we build a home for a local family, the process involves many people from the community. This time we owe special thanks to The Glade Church for donating the lot and Karen and Danny Dugan for being a full house sponsor for the third consecutive year,” said Tredway.

Juannashia’s home is sponsored in full by and Karen and Danny Dugan. 

Juannashia is the mother of two daughters. She says that she applied for the Habitat homeownership program to teach her girls “the sky is the limit!”  Juannashia was born and grew up in Lebanon and graduated from Wilson Central High School. She went on to obtain her medical billing and coding degree from Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Hartsville.  You can see her smiling face at McDonald’s on West Main Street in Lebanon where she has worked for more than five years as a department head. For more information on how you can get involved with Wilson Habitat for Humanity, call Director Tory Tredway at the office number listed to the left.

 


History of Wilson Habitat

The work of Wilson Habitat began in 1992 with their first home built in 1994, which is still occupied by the original homeowner who paid off her mortgage with the help from an anonymous donor in 2014. Wilson Habitat has now built 65 homes and renovated three, serving 68 families. In May 2012, Wilson Habitat conducted its first Blitz Build, completing a house in five consecutive days with the support of 30 businesses from local construction industries.

 


2016 Wilson Community Board

Joe Ali

 

 

 

Rob Baughman

Lynda Burge

 

 

 

Joni Cochran

Trey Geisenhoffer   

 

 

 

Jerry Kennon

J.B. Loper

 

 

 

Scott McCormick

Tony Minor

 

 

 

Robin Morthel

Kevin Mosley

 

 

 

Lee Oliver

David Pierce

 

 

 

Gina Pond

Karl Rehmer

 

 

 

Linda Rising

Matthew Ryan

 

 

 

Robin Sistad

Lindsay Smith

 

 

 

Tom Wallace

Derrick Wilson

 

 

 

 

 

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.