Charlotte Ellis and her children have a property of their personal.
Lubbock Habitat for Humanity done the initial Home Devotion ceremony of 2021 on a blustery Saturday afternoon.
Lubbock Habitat has ongoing making houses and helping households in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to volunteers and donors from all in excess of the Lubbock community, according to a information launch from the non-income organization.
The new dwelling on East Dartmouth Road is the sixth household completed in the Talkington Addition found just off North Guava Avenue in East Lubbock.
“Habitat was blessed last yr even with COVID-19, and we are enthusiastic to kick off 2021 by closing on a new Habitat property,” said Executive Director Christy Reeves.
The four bed room residence was constructed mainly by volunteers for Ellis, who is a single mom. Irrespective of working long hrs to support her family members, she has done 150 several hours of education classes and 100 several hours of building on her residence, and is ready to fork out an inexpensive mortgage loan.
Lubbock Habitat would like to thank South Plains Church of Christ, the CH Foundation, the Texas Tech Housing Office, Hub City Vet Clinic, Parkhill, Carpet Tech, Acme Brick, Forster Development, Leftwich Chapman, and various subcontractors and volunteers who all contributed to make this develop achievable.