Habitat for Humanity home to be dedicated Feb. 4

Habitat for Humanity home to be dedicated Feb. 4

Habitat for Humanity home to be dedicated Feb. 4
2/1/2016

Story and photo submitted by the Rev. Gary Geiman

The newest Habitat for Humanity home dedication in Billings will be celebrated at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4. This is the 73rd Habitat House built in Yellowstone County since 1992. Members from the five Billings United Methodist churches participated in two Saturday work days as the building of this house began back in September 2015 on the parking lot of the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. The churches are: First UMC, Evangelical UMC, Grace UMC, Hope UMC, and Shiloh UMC.

The house will be the home for Amber Guscott and her family. Guscott and her family invested many hours of sweat equity in helping to make their new home become a reality. The house was sponsored by Staggering Ox Restaurant, Stockman Bank and Edward Jones, and a generous anonymous donor. The house is located at 1135 Jordan Circle in Billings Heights. Congratulations to the Guscott family, and to all who helped to make this house a reality.


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