Coach Jack Helps Out with Habitat for Humanity's Annual Habitat Women Build
May 14, 2010
Legette-Jack and Siler joined an all-woman volunteer team that framed walls of a house, which continue to be built through May 22.
The build took place at Cedar Chase, the neighboorhood that Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County is currently developing. Legette-Jack helped out alongside the future owner, Linda Lentz, who will move in with her son in June. All Habitat homeowners pay an interest-free mortage and must invest at least 250 hours of volunteer time building their home and the homes of others.
Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County is a nonprofit Christian housing ministry dedicated to building decent, affordable housing in partnership with those in need in Monroe County. Since 1988, the local affiliate has built 96 homes in partnership with local families.
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