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Upcoming Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity ribbon cutting ceremony 

 

COLUMBUS—The new Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity office in Columbus will be holding its official ribbon cutting ceremony next week. The public is invited to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23 followed by an open house that will end at 6:00 p.m. 

The new Habitat is locate at 40 East Mills Street in Columbus, in what was the former Coldwell Banker King building. Thermal Belt Habitat has been building homes with local families in Polk County and Landrum since 1983. 

“The new office in Columbus localizes Thermal Belt Habitat operations. Thermal Belt Habitat merged with Henderson County Habitat in 2017 and we want to insure Thermal Belt Habitat will continue to have its own identity as a local service in the Polk County, Landrum area,” said Ron Laughter, President and CEO of Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity. The new office is highly visible and easy to find. People can drop in to pick up information about Habitat programs. Current and potential home owners and volunteers from the Thermal Belt area can schedule appointments to conveniently meet with staff there.”  

For information about Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity, call the office at 828 393-6494, or visit their website at, www.thermalbelthabitat.org. 

By Samuel Robinson 

Sam.robinson@tryondailybulletin.com