The latest Lewis & Clark Habitat For Humanity O’Fallon Chapter hosted a home blessing and the turning over of the keys Saturday, Nov. 5 on the second O’Fallon home built by the organization with the help of the community and many civic groups like the Rotary Clubs of O’Fallon. The recipient of the home at 122 Carson Dr. is Cherri Crankfield, along with her children. (In blue) Ken Beeman, president of the O’Fallon Habitat for Humanity chapter; Cherri Crankfield and Herb Roach, Rotary Club member and O’Fallon ward 4 alderman, giving the keys to Crankfield for her new home. Thanks were extended to Habitat for Humanity, the O'Fallon Rotary Clubs for there volunteers and for their fund raising, local businesses for their generosity and work, local craft unions for their members, to officials from the city of O’Fallon and St. Clair County, and all others who dedicated time, sweat and supplies to move the community project forward. Habitat will now be making preparations for building another home on Carson Drive for a deserving family next year. For more information visit http://lchabitat.org/.
The latest Lewis & Clark Habitat For Humanity O’Fallon Chapter hosted a home blessing and the turning over of the keys Saturday, Nov. 5 on the second O’Fallon home built by the organization with the help of the community and many civic groups like the Rotary Clubs of O’Fallon. The recipient of the home at 122 Carson Dr. is Cherri Crankfield, along with her children. (In blue) Ken Beeman, president of the O’Fallon Habitat for Humanity chapter; Cherri Crankfield and Herb Roach, Rotary Club member and O’Fallon ward 4 alderman, giving the keys to Crankfield for her new home. Thanks were extended to Habitat for Humanity, the O'Fallon Rotary Clubs for there volunteers and for their fund raising, local businesses for their generosity and work, local craft unions for their members, to officials from the city of O’Fallon and St. Clair County, and all others who dedicated time, sweat and supplies to move the community project forward. Habitat will now be making preparations for building another home on Carson Drive for a deserving family next year. For more information visit http://lchabitat.org/. Provided
The latest Lewis & Clark Habitat For Humanity O’Fallon Chapter hosted a home blessing and the turning over of the keys Saturday, Nov. 5 on the second O’Fallon home built by the organization with the help of the community and many civic groups like the Rotary Clubs of O’Fallon. The recipient of the home at 122 Carson Dr. is Cherri Crankfield, along with her children. (In blue) Ken Beeman, president of the O’Fallon Habitat for Humanity chapter; Cherri Crankfield and Herb Roach, Rotary Club member and O’Fallon ward 4 alderman, giving the keys to Crankfield for her new home. Thanks were extended to Habitat for Humanity, the O'Fallon Rotary Clubs for there volunteers and for their fund raising, local businesses for their generosity and work, local craft unions for their members, to officials from the city of O’Fallon and St. Clair County, and all others who dedicated time, sweat and supplies to move the community project forward. Habitat will now be making preparations for building another home on Carson Drive for a deserving family next year. For more information visit http://lchabitat.org/. Provided

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