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Five Families Prepare to Move Into
Habitat for Humanity of Broward’s Women Build Homes
Dedication Set for Saturday
SUNRISE, Fla. (October 7, 2015) – Five families will move into their new homes here on Saturday during Habitat for Humanity of Broward’s Women Build dedication, scheduled for 10 a.m.
The Coradin family, Dorsainville family, Roundtree family, Snipes family and Vergara family will accept keys to their new residences located at 1230 N.W. 62nd Avenue.
Expected to be in attendance for the dedication will be representatives from the five sponsors of this year’s Women Build – Jack Boyle (the Boyle family); Rick, Rita and Raquel Case (Rick Case Automotive Group); John and Amy Daly (SurfaceLogix); members of the Koenig family (City Furniture) and Arlene Pecora (Signature Grand).
Additionally, WSVN-TV and Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood will be recognized for their support of the Women Build.
During the event, Spirit Airlines (which is handling landscaping chores at the site with its employees) will also be making a special check presentation.
“It should be an exciting time for all concerned on Saturday, especially, for our deserving families,” said Perry Ecton, Habitat for Humanity of Broward’s Executive Director. “This event is the product of a lot of hard work and dedication put forth by many people over an extended period of time. We thank all of our sponsors and supporters of this year’s Women Build.”
The 2015 Women Build attracted some 500 women who volunteered their time over a four-month period to help build the five new homes in Sunrise. Since its inception, the Women Build has now helped construct 61 homes in Broward County.
We want to thank Spirit Airlines for its support of this year's Women Build. Today and tomorrow, Spirit Airlines employees will be handling landscaping chores at the site in advance of Saturday's Women Build dedication. Joining Habitat Broward Board members Nancy Daly (left) and Bob Leider (right) this morning in Sunrise was Spirit Airlines' COO, John Bendoraitis.