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Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project take their Habitat for Humanity work project to Nashville this October

The Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project will take their work project to Nashville this October.

Former President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter joined Habitat as volunteers in 1984 and since then have led a weeklong home building event every year at locations all over the world.

Volunteer registration opens in April for the Carter work project in Nashville, which will take place October 6-11, 2019.

If you would like to be involved, email Rita Bennett at rbennett@habitat.org.

Spring. A season for dedications, meditations and gratitude

As spring arrives, we move into one of our busiest times of the year at Habitat.

Just as the first signs of spring started adding color to the Clarksville landscape, we dedicated two new homes.

The family of Messiah Sadler, on the first day in their new Habitat for Humanity home in Clarksville.

We’re so grateful for our newest homeowners, Sonya McAdoo and Messiah Sadler, whose homes were dedicated on March, 10, and recognize all our partners who made it possible:

312-W Insulation, Adams Products, Arms Drywall, Jesse Burney, C. Brown Construction, Clarksville Gutter, Clarksville Insulation, Commercial Installation, Closet Design Specialist, Dennis Pitts Electric, Ed Page Concrete, Epps Drywall, E.G. Masonry, Express Roofing, Jesse Grayer, Mark Greene, Hand Backhoe, Mike Harrison, Hollis & Hollis Trucking, Jackson Drywall, Jason & Morgan Holt, JC Restoration, Jodi’s Cabinet Sales, Legend Electrical.

Lifepoint Church, Little Piping & Mech., Lyons Pest Control, Mainstream Heating and Cooling, Made in the Shade Blinds & More, Mark Floyd Plumbing, Orgain Ready Mix, Ortex Pest Control, The Paul & Donnie Show, Phoenix Excavating, Redman Excavating, Rye Family Syndicate, Screaming Eagle Ready Mix, Sophisticated Plumbing, Thomas Lumber, Vulcan Materials,. Trane of Clarksville, Weakley Bros. Engineering, Whirlpool.

When you think of Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County, please be reminded of all these dedicated partners that make decent, affordable, housing a reality in Clarksville-Montgomery County.

“Through shelter, we empower.”

David Letterman secures $20,000 donation for Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity International recognized former late-night host David Letterman on Thursday for securing a $20,000 donation for the ministry.

Letterman, who quit network TV in 2015 is now a Habitat volunteer and hosts a Netflix interview show.

During an appearance Thursday, March 21 on the Ellen Show, Letterman secured the pledge.

Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County