LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity dedicated its most recently completed home on Saturday. The 22nd home was built in partnership with the family of Louella Cruea.
Joy Sharp, who has been the family’s support person, led the dedication ceremony and presented a Bible to the new homeowner. LCHFH Executive Director Mont Arnold thanked God for providing this home for the “long-term comfort and safety of this family” and noted that this celebration is to “remind us to continue to remember God’s love for us.”
My Father’s Bookstore in LaGrange donated the Bible to the family.
The three-bedroom home is built on a full basement and features many “green building” features.
To qualify, partners must demonstrate housing need, be willing to partner with LCHFH to provide sweat equity volunteer hours, and be able to repay the no-interest loan. Potential partner families are encouraged to call LCHFH at 260-463-8519.