Newnan-Coweta Habitat For Humanity Luncheon

Newnan-Coweta Habitat For HumanityThere’s nothing better than seeing a community come together. The staff at your Newnan Chevy dealer would like to tell you about a great happening. The Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity is holding an inaugural luncheon celebrating partnerships that create amazing neighborhoods and even brighter futures. The lunch will be held on Thursday, June 27th at 11:30 AM at the Newnan Center. Tickets are available at the Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity.

The NCHFH works in partnership with people from all walks of life to develop Coweta County into a thriving community that is free from poverty housing. Their goal is to provide simple, decent housing to all of Coweta County. It was founded in January of 1994 and has completed 32 homes since then. Their philosophy is a “hand up” versus a “hand out”.

During this lunch, the keynote speaker will be Anita Renfroe. She is a Christian comedian from Atlanta, Ga, wife of a Baptist pastor and mother of 3 children. Anita is a regular on the show Good Morning America. Her claim to fame happened on YouTube when she made a video titled “Momisms” to the tune of the William Tell Overture. Since then, she has had many stand-up shows and made a few DVD’s. She has also made appearances on shows like Dr. Phil, Fox and Friends and The Early Show. She has even made guest spots on XM radio shows such as Oprah and Friends and Inside Edition.

Who doesn’t like the thrill of auctions? During this lunch, there will be an auction for a fabulous Yamaha golf car. There have been donations to the golf car which have given it upgrades like a back seat, extended roof, fancy hubcaps, a windshield and even a rear-view mirror. For more information on the event, the golf car or any other questions or concerns, give The Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity a call at 770-252-9049, ext. 15.

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