Ceanothus Ave. 2009
In partnership with Bidwell Presbyterian Church, Habitat for Humanity of Butte County was able to build a new home on Ceanothus Ave. This lot, along with one next door, was donated by Tony Symmes of Aspire Homes. Bidwell Presbyterian Church raised the money and provided the volunteers to complete construction on this new home.
Kevin, Sherrie, and Karson Frazier received the keys to this 2 bedroom home October 24, 2009.
Kevin and Sherrie worked along side the Valladares Family to fulfill their sweat equity hours.
The first Women Build house was completed in 2007 but could not be sold to a family until properly mapped through the City. We completed this process and the Valladares family was selected to move in. They completed their 400 sweat equity hours while working on the Ceanothus house and moved in just in time for Christmas 2009! Congratulations Daisy & Jesus!
In 2010, Habitat partnered with several organizations and local businesses to complete three homes at Habitat Greens! This was quite a task! With sponsors such as Lowe's, Women Build, ROP, and help from CSUC students, United Healthcare, St. John's Episcopal, and Bidwell Presbyterian Church, we were able to move in three new families!
2011 - Habitat Greens
Habitat completed 4 homes at the Habitat Greens Subdivision with the help of the Women Build team and the CSUC students and numerous other community organizations and groups.
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