MOORESVILLE – Our Towns Habitat for Humanity recently celebrated the key-giving ceremony of a new Habitat home in Mooresville for Tanya and her son, Jordan.
The pair spent 15 years living in subsidized housing where they had safety issues and delays in getting repairs addressed, according to a post from Habitat.
Tanya, a stylist, was able to get help from her son, who is working toward his associate’s degree at Central Piedmont Community College, in order to complete the 400 hours of sweat equity Habitat requires from house recipients.
Habitat works to help people obtain affordable housing while offering affordable mortgages with the requirement of income and residency requirements, homeowner and financial education classes and sweat equity.
For more information about Our Towns Habitat for Humanity, which covers north Meckleneburg and Iredell counties, visit www.ourtownshabitat.org.
Isenhour descendants to meet
MOORESVILLE – On Saturday, Aug. 11, the descendants of Joseph Isenhour will meet for the 135th time.
The gathering will be held at noon at Shearer Presbyterian Church at the corner of Shearer's Road and Presbyterian Road.
The activities will begin with a short business meeting and devotional at 12:15 p.m. At approximately 1 p.m. a covered dish meal will take place.
All family and friends are urged and invited to attend.
For more information, call Kevin Johnson at 704-662-8638.
The Cove to hold baptism celebrations
MOORESVILLE – The Cove Church has scheduled its next baptism celebrations. The event will be held at the Mooresville campus at 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 4 and at 9:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. on Aug. 5. It will be held at the Selma Burke Community Campus at 11:15 a.m. on Aug. 5.
For more information about the scheduled baptisms programs or when they are planned at the other Cove campuses, go to www.covechurch.org.