Pictured left, Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County board and future homeowners of the 205 Orchard St. home at the site of the home during the official groundbreaking ceremony, July 13.
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County held the groundbreaking ceremony for the new home being built at 205 Orchard Street in New Haven, at 1:30 p.m. on July 13.
Holly Pohlmann, the future homeowner of the home, said the house should be finished in the fall.
Pohlmann said the process has been exciting and emotional, but she and her family are very grateful and are looking forward to living back in New Haven and having a home of their own.
Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County is also in the process of rehabbing a home in Sullivan and a home in Union.
About Habitat for Humanity.
Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry that partners with families to build safe, decent, affordable homes.
Habitat then sells these homes at no profit and no interest to partner families who could not otherwise afford their own homes. We have volunteers participating in a variety of volunteer areas and we are certain you will find that there is a great fit for you and your talents and interests.