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ReStore ReStyle – Creative Repurposing at its Best!

The 5th annual ReStyle Design Challenge concluded with a party (over 160 people in attendance)

On April 28, 2015 at the Mooresville ReStore. The event showcased the designers incredible creativity in repurposing items found in all three Our Towns Habitat ReStores.

Judge’s Choice Winner was Marie & Denis Graham, with their modern living room.

Judge’s Choice Winner was Marie & Denis Graham with their modern living room. People’s Choice Award went to Betsy Hazelton, Marcia Makl & Dolores Lindly and their Family nook.

Best use of the Mystery Item went to Becky Charles in her tasteful bedroom. Top Online Fundraiser went to Meyetta Grimes with over $700.00 raised BEFORE the event!

Thanks to all who attended and participated with this year’s event! Special Thanks to the food & beverages vendors for their support! Visit the ReStore facebook to view photos from the event.

Our Towns Habitat for Humanity Home Dedication

Please join us as we celebrate and present the keys to Andrew and Harriet Wall and their twin teenage daughters, Sharonda and Adaronda.

Andrew and Harriet Wall along with their twin daughters, Sharonda and Adarondo, would like to thank Habitat for Humanity for the chance to own their own home. “We enjoyed attending the educational classes and helping to build our Habitat home, along with helping others to build their new homes. We thank Our Towns Habitat, Grace Covenant Church and the Town of Cornelius for making our home possible.”

Andrew Wall and his family invested time and sweat to make their new home a reality for himself and his family . They attended 8 life skills classes on personal finances, budgeting, home maintenance, fire safety and more. Plus, they worked 400 hours of sweat equity building their home as well as other Habitat homes under construction. The Wall’s will assume a Habitat, no interest mortgage that they will be responsible for each month along with maintaining the home and meeting Habitat for Humanity standards for being a good citizen.