The Publication of Habitat for Humanity International | December 2001 / January 2002
Need for Housing Unchanged
On Sept. 11, my wife, Linda, and I were driving from Americus, Ga., to the Atlanta airport to catch a flight to Chicago. Once there, we were going to head to Gary, Ind., to dedicate one of the 10 houses that had been designated as the milestone 40,000th Habitat house built in the United States.
Habitat for Humanitys founder and president, Millard Fuller, travels around the nation sharing Habitats message.
Dec. 1: Natick, Mass., United Methodist Foundation of New England; Gary Melville, (603) 329-4444
Dec. 7: Lexington, Ky., Lexington Mayors Prayer Breakfast/Christian Business Mens Committee;Tim Philpot, (859) 219-2440
Dec. 7:Wilmore, Ky.,Asbury College/Chapel Service; Stuart A. Smith, (859) 858-3511
Dec. 7: Lexington, Ky., Lexington Habitat for Humanity fund-raising luncheon; Dale Ditto, (859) 231-9520
Dec. 7-8: Bellaire, Ohio, Habitat for Humanity of the Bellaire Area; Bill Boyer, (740) 695-3839 and/or Glenn Maxwell, (740) 676-7834
Jan. 19-20: Kalamazoo,Mich., Kalamazoo Habitat for Humanity and First United Methodist Church;
Dale Hotelling, (616) 381-6340
Jan. 31: Lake Blackshear, Ga., Cordele-Crisp Chamber of Commerce; Monica G. Simmons, (229) 273-1668
Feb. 1: Charlotte, N.C., Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina Annual Convention; Rebecca Hix, (919) 303-7807, ext. 17
Feb. 12: Elmhurst, Ill., Elmhurst College to receive Niebuhr Award; H. Scott Matheney, (630) 617-3025
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