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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A shovel of dirt, and a dream in the making

A shovel of dirt, and a dream in the making

ERICA NELSON, right, one of four future Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland homeowners, holds back tears as local Habitat Executive Director Tammy Johnson hugs her for support. Nelson thanked God and the staff of Habitat for helping her on her journey to homeownership during recent groundbreaking ceremonies in the Victory Grove subdivision, a neighborhood exclusive to Habitat homes. The Cleveland and Bradley County community hosts five Habitat neighborhoods.

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Knights of Columbus donate to charities

Knights of Columbus donate to charities

On Monday, the Knights of Columbus held a small reception to honor the eight local nonprofits to which they were donating funds. From left are Bertin Kurtz, grand knight of the Knights of Columbus; Leslie Painter, Hospice of Chattanooga; Diana Jackson, Life Bridges; Corinne Freeman, The Caring Place; Angela Benifield, Harbor House; Cecilee Dickens, Orange Grove Center; Dr. Tammy Johnson, Ludic; and Father Mike Nowlan, Pastor of St. Therese and a board member of Habitat for Humanity.

Banner photo, Daniel Guy

Habitat honors 88-year-old volunteer with dedication of ReStore Book Nook

Habitat honors 88-year-old volunteer with dedication of ReStore Book Nook

HAZEL SPAIN, right, stands with Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland Executive Eirector Tammy Johnson, left, as she stares in disbelief at a gathering of Habitat of Cleveland volunteers and friends present for the unveiling of her brand-new book nook named after her.

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