Nicole Randol, an assistant credit analyst at Farmers State Bank in LaGrange, joined the LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity (LCHFH) Board of Directors in April to serve as treasurer, replacing April Alleshouse who resigned due to family commitments.
“Auction 2012 was my first auction,” Randol remarked. “And I didn’t know what to expect. I was amazed to see people who attend year after year and the volunteers who pitch in. Cleanup – including dismantling the stage – didn’t take long at all.”
She also enjoyed seeing the variety of items for sale and the beautiful quilts at the auction. The haystack supper? “This was my first haystack. It tasted very good.”
Randol answered the call to serve the community as a LCHFH volunteer because she knows one of the partner families and she believes in LCHFH’s mission to “assist families who help other families and who participate in building their own homes.”
Randol, who lives in LaGrange, is a graduate of Prairie Heights High School and has worked at the bank for five years.