Cherry Point Marines help build house

Published: Monday, October 7, 2013 at 13:33 PM.

Still, he said the Marines and sailors wouldn’t trade all of the effort it took to build the house.

“We’re happy to give back to the community,” Hoover said. “They support us so much in what we do. It’s just our way of giving back.”

Steve Moody, president of the Crystal Coast Habitat Board of Directors, presented the Brewingtons with a family Bible.

“It is a day to truly rejoice,” he said.

Kris Dunham, executive director of Crystal Coast Habitat, said the dedication Monday was specifically timed to coincide with World Habitat Day. She thanked all those who made the organization’s 87th home dedication possible.

“It takes a whole community to get to this point,” she said. “And a whole lot of Marines and sailors, too.”

For more information on Crystal Coast Habitat for Humanity, call 223-2111 or go online to www.crystalcoasthabitat.org.



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