We were pleased to bless the home of Gabriel and Deborah Conteh yesterday at a Turning Point home dedication ceremony. Many of their family members, friends of Turning Point and board members were there to celebrate with them. Turning Point families work hard to become homeowners. They attend classes, work with an assigned mentor, create budgets, and volunteer their time for the construction of their home and donate time to community service. Thank you to everyone who attended the dedication and to everyone who helps Turning Point make homeownership a reality for families like the Contehs.
Please join us as we do caulking and construction clean up work @ 208 N. Walnut. This home is located in Heritage Village. Heritage Village is between Thatcher and Hurd on the west side of Fretz. (between Danforth and Second)
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We are thrilled to announce the upcoming dedications of two Turning Point homes. Turning Point Home Dedications include a meaningful blessing ceremony and light refreshments. Please join us for an opportunity to meet and celebrate with the new homeowners and see their lovely new home, built with your support.
March 11, 2018 at 309 Victory Road in Legacy Station – Dedicating the home of Gabriel and Deborah Conteh
March 25, 2018 at 216 N. Walnut in Heritage Village – Dedicating the home of Andrew and Hannah Maloney
Sign Up to attend here: Home Dedications Sign Up
Due to the amount of precipitation in the area this week, the volunteer event announced below has been cancelled. Check back here or on our Facebook page for new volunteer day announcements.
On Saturday, February 24 there will be another volunteer event to help with the completion of the Turning Point home at 208 N. Walnut. This home is located in Heritage Village. Heritage Village is between Thatcher and Hurd on the west side of Fretz. (between Danforth and Second)
The main tasks for this event will be construction site clean-up and caulking. For more detailed information and to volunteer, please use the Sign Up Genius link below:
Today we had a very productive work day with volunteers from McBride. They shared their painting skills to bless two future Turning Point homeowners who were there as well. It is true what they say, “many hands make light (and fun) work”! Thank you McBride employees!