Houston County Habitat for Humanity celebrates new space
WARNER ROBINS, GA-- On Wednesday, staff of Houston County's Habitat for Humanity held a ribbon cutting ceremony at its new facility.
The new 11,800 square foot facility is located at 955 Watson Blvd. in Warner Robins. The new space includes more room for the organization's restore thrift shop and office space.
In attendance at the ceremony were local Mayors Randy Toms of Warner Robins and John Harley of Centerville along with members of the Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Habitat's Executive Director, William Goggin said the new space will help the organization better serve the community. " We can better handle our donors and clients and people affiliated with Houston County habitat." said Goggin.
Chamber President & CEO April Bragg said the chamber works to support organizations like Habitat who make an impact in the community. "The chamber is always excited to partner with organizations like Habitat, who provide vital resources for our community just like Habitat. They help to provide affordable, decent and safe housing for families in our community. They build not only houses, they build families which helps to fuel the economic engine of our community." said Bragg.
This year, Houston County's Habitat for Humanity celebrates 25-Years of service to the local community and continues to work to meet the need for decent and affordable housing in Houston County.