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Habitat for Humanity Receives Donation from Wyatt-Johnson Automotive Group

On April 20, 2018 Wyatt-Johnson Automotive Group presented Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County, TN with a donation check of $9,562. Subaru of America, Inc. and on behalf of Wyatt-Johnson Automotive Group chose Habitat for Humanity Montgomery County, TN for their 2017 Share the Love campaign.

Bill Powers, General Manager and Managing Partner with Wyatt-Johnson presented our future homeowners with gift baskets as a housewarming gift. Habitat for Humanity will be building four homes this year for our partner families. This generous donation to Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County TN will allow us to continue to work towards bringing people together. Also, to continue our mission to eliminate poverty of building decent, affordable homes and communities by putting faith into action.

To learn more about Subaru of America, Inc. Share the Love Campaign, visit their website:

To learn more about Wyatt Johnson Automotive Group, visit their website:

To learn more about our programs, call the Habitat for Humanity office at 931-645-4222.

Habitat for Humanity & Sango UMC prepare for 2017 Sango Scamper Road Race

Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County Tennessee accepted a donation from Dr. Larry Deeds of the Sango United Methodist Church (UMC) this week from the proceeds of the 2017 Sango Scamper Road Race. Habitat for Humanity has been the beneficiary of this Sango UMC event for over 20 years.

“We are pleased to continue this long-standing partnership with Sango United Methodist Church. Sango UMC has helped lay the foundation for almost every home we’ve built since 1992 through their overwhelmingly generous support from the proceeds of their annual Sango Scamper Road Race. We’re always excited this time of year,” states Erica Outlaw, executive director of Habitat for Humanity.

“Margaret Alexander and Pat Hooten attended this annual event and provided participants and spectators with information about our mission and housing ministry and how to support our Restore. The Habitat family wants everyone to know we so appreciate all the support and donations we receive while having fun at the 2017 Sango Scamper event states, Erica Outlaw, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity.

The 2017 Sango Scamper, offered by Sango UMC, is a great run for all ages and will be held November 4th. Race participants will receive an event t-shirt and other goodies. All participants under 14 will receive medals for their hard work. Sango UMC also plans to offer door prizes of baked goods and top race finishers in each age group and category will receive a trophy as well as a baked good of their choice baked by members of the church. Expert timing of the race will be performed by the Clarksville Running Club. Participants can choose from the 10K course, the 5K course and the 1-mile scenic stroll. This race also includes a wheelchair bracket which is separate from the other age groups. 1st and 2nd place awards will be awarded to wheelchair participants for 5K & 10K.

You can register for the race at Look for the 2017 Sango Scamper Road Race under News and download an entry form or simply register online with Please make plans to come and join in the fun and help Habitat for Humanity.

About Sango United Methodist Church

As part of the family of Christ, Sango United Methodist Church seeks to grow spiritually by living out the Word of God through faithful study, humble service, and sacred prayer. In order to live out this vision, we commit ourselves to worship, teach, serve, nurture and witness.  For more information, please contact (931) 358-2552 or visit

Apostles Build Ground Breaking May 6, 2017

Twelve Clarksville churches to build a Habitat for Humanity house

Members of our local churches, Habitat board and staff members and some equally excited children started using their shovels.

Yesterday morning, twelve churches with shovels in hand ceremonially broke ground to start building a home for Christina Silva and her three children. The smiles were eager and warm as all gathered.  Erica Outlaw, new Executive Director of Montgomery Co TN, opened with a prayer.  All churches