Walton County Habitat for Humanity dedicates 25th home to one of its own

Published: Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 03:57 PM.

"There's just no other way to put it," she said. "I've been involved with charity work to support local baseball or cheerleader teams, but nothing of this magnitude."

Inspired by volunteers at Habitat, Schultz is paying it forward and is already planning on working on another home. She'd also like to help future Habitat homeowners by being a point of contact for any questions they may have about the process. Supporting the organization is definitely worthwhile, Schultz said.

The proud homeowner said she has all sorts of future plans for her house. When she's not volunteering for Habitat, you might find her landscaping her yard or working on a backyard porch.  No matter how the house may change over the years, she'll never forget its humble beginnings.

"It opens your eyes," Schultz said, "It really does take a village. The staff and volunteers have become an extension of my family. Without Habitat this dream would've never come to fruition."




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