Plymouth Chamber of Commerce announces partnership with Habitat for Humanity to build 25th Home.
Plymouth Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce a partnership with Marshall County Habitat for Humanity to build the 25th home. The partner family in this year’s home is Jamie Fleury and her four children Allena, Hannah, Doyle, and Naomi Peacock. Many of you know Fleury through her work as Pilot News Group Staff Writer, a member of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, and Editor for the Culver Citizen. Allena graduated from Plymouth High School and now attends Indiana University South Bend where she is studying to be a middle school educator. Hannah will be a Junior at Plymouth High School. Doyle will be in the 8th grade and Naomi will be in 7th grade at Lincoln Junior High. This is a dream come true for her family.
Connie Holzwart Executive Director of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce said this is an opportunity for members to partner with the community in a viable, tangible way.
Groundbreaking is anticipated to take place in August. The goal is to have the home enclosed and the roof on by December prior to winter weather. There is not a definitive deadline for completion as that will depend on supply chain demand and volunteer availability.
Plymouth Chamber members who specialize in contracted construction phases are encouraged to contact Habitat of Humanity at 574-935-4214 or by email at email@example.com . For those members whose skill is not in heavy equipment or construction, volunteer opportunities include assisting at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, a retail space that serves to raise funds for the mission and vision of Habitat for Humanity which is to partner with families to build a home with an affordable mortgage.
Plymouth Chamber members who would like to roll up their sleeves and partner with Habitat for Humanity volunteers to help Jamie and her children build their home should contact Holzwart at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The home will be located at 421 West Garro Street.