Legacy Builders

Legacy Builders

THE WORKERS of the Habitat Legacy Build pump their fists in the air as they prepare to get down to working on this year's home. From left in front are: Anson Christian, Terry McCoy, Hazel Spain, Kurt Schubert and Jack Hedges. From left in back are: Danny Britt, Jerry Franitza, Alan Goslen, Chuck Haney, Dave Flower, Jim Veenstra and Ed McCartney.

Banner photo, Daniel Guy

Tammy Johnson: 'When you hear the 'C-word' it is hard to process'

Tammy Johnson: 'When you hear the 'C-word' it is hard to process'

“I was married in September 2008 to Michael Johnson,” Tammy Johnson, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland, noted.

“The next April, I went for my yearly checkup. I had my first ever negative results. I got a call from my doctor. She said to come in, we have a problem,” Johnson said.

Habitat overcomes donation obstacles

Habitat overcomes donation obstacles

A team of men help load incredibly heavy pallets of backer board and tiles onto a tractor trailer for Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland. The pallets were donated by Operation Compassion for Habitat's ReStore to sell. From left are: Trapper, a generous trucker providing his truck for transport; Dave Williams, ReStore manager; and Tommy Stovall, Habitat receiving manager.

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Walker Valley forms Habitat for Humanity student chapter

Walker Valley forms Habitat for Humanity student chapter

The Walker Valley High School Habitat for Humanity student chapter enjoys helping our community with affordable housing. Overseen by Walker Valley teacher Josh Justice, the chapter has volunteered with Habitat since 2017. From left are Habitat homeowner Shiloh White, Autumn Millard, Mikayla Beasley, Anna Grace Jackson, Cameron Hutt, Lara Davidson, Virginia Willis, Lauren Harwood, Annie Kate Gibson and Habitat homeowner Marvin White.

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