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Habitat for Humanity of the Indian Wells Valley
Ridgecrest, California



Habitat Completes another House Project

Home Located at Boston St.

The original partner family moved out of town and sold the house back to Habitat. The house was refurbished to accommodate a new partner family. Through the dedication and diligence of volunteers the house has been restored to like new condition. The Camplighters worked on this home. For more information visit the Camplighter web page.

Home Dedicaiton for Jarrod and Family, May, 2010

Kristy and Jarrod said," Being a homeowner is such a big change. There is a lot of responsibility that comes with being a homeowner. You are responsible for your own repairs. You can not neglect things needing repairs. We always mention Habitat for Humanity to others. They have given us a once in a lifetime opportunity. We would love to assist other families in fundraising and community involvement. We want to help eliminate poverty in the IWV by 2035! " Their ten year daughter Hailey says that living in a new home means more responsibility with her three pets. She says, "I enjoy decorating my own room how I want to." Their six year old daughter Kara says, "I can take better care of my puppy. I can go across the street to see my new friends. I am doing well in school."