Andrews Family Moves into First House Built By Lander Chapter of Habitat for Humanity
This was originally published by GwdToday.com.
Christmas came early for Wendi Andrews and her children, Miracle and Chance, when they were handed the keys to the first house built by the Lander University chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
Andrews, speaking during the Sunday, Dec. 11, dedication service, called the opportunity to own her own home “a dream come true.”
Posing on the front porch of the house, located in Kirksey Forest subdivision, are, from left, Sonny Nodine, residence life coordinator at Lander; Erin Garland, coordinator of Registered Student Organizations at Lander and adviser of the Lander chapter of Habitat for Humanity; Andy Benoit, Lander vice president for Enrollment and Access Management; Miracle Andrews; Chase Andrews; Mary Woodiwiss, grants administrator for Greenwood County Community Foundation; Wendi Andrews; and Chad Charles, executive director of the Greenwood-Abbeville chapter of Habitat for Humanity.