What does owning your own home mean
you and your family?
Ivy Hoover: I have a childhood home, one that I can walk into
and feel safe, warm and protected even though I am an adult.
It was at a birthday party in October 2011 that it hit me-
my children don’t have a childhood home.
I felt an overwhelming sadness and felt that I had failed my children in some way.
It was 3 short months after that I received the phone call
that we were selected to be a Partner Family!
What's been your favorite part
partnering with Habitat so far?
Adam Aucklund: Working with Habitat has been lots of fun.
We have met many new and wonderful people,
and have really
enjoyed working on the job site.
We have especially liked seeing
the end results of House 11 and 12.
Tell us about you and your family.
Spring Brechbiel: I'm a single mother of Alexandria (15) and
and a veteran of the U.S. Navy.
Alexandria is a cheerleader
who loves school and music.
Beau is a happy go-lucky goofball
that has had one heart surgery,
with more in his future.
His smile and Never Ever Give Up
attitude will melt any heart.
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