Habitat for Humanity dedication: Bell, Johnson families celebrate new homes
Two families received a new lease on life when Habitat for Humanity dedicated a home for each of them in Fairview Sunday.
Kelvin and Kelly Bell and their four children and Tracie Johnson and her four children were handed the keys and a certificate of mortgage to their own home.
It was built by members of the Franklin and Fairview communities through donations and sponsorships from organizations and businesses, such as Women of Williamson County, Rotary Clubs of Williamson County, Darrell Waltrip Automotive Group, Hewlitt Packard, several area churches, Walmart, BP, MapcoMart and Tennessee Housing Development Agency.
The Bell family: Tresavious “Trey”, Kelvin, Kelly, Keeno, Karizma and Zakiyah “Kiyah”
at the entrance to their new home in Fairview after a special
Habitat for Humanity dedication ceremony.
Photos by Carole Robinson
Joseph, Jacob, Tracie, Hope and Destiny Johnson are ready to cut the ribbon
and enter their new Habitat Home in Fairview.
Posted on: 10/25/2013