Goal: To reuse donated hollow core doors and windows to cover all of the walls in the ReStore; and feature our partners, volunteers and supporters who work with us to rebuild our community and enrich the lives of the citizens.
Description: The Open Doors Project will enhance the ReStore making it more visually attractive to all visitors while creating a focal point that showcases our many partners and supporters. Groups, individuals, organizations, businesses, churches, sports groups, schools, art classes, artists and especially Habitat donors, volunteers, families, etc. can design doors using the guidelines below.
This project will be one year in duration ending at the annual Birthday Bash & Monster Mash ReStore event in October 2014. At that time awards will be presented to outstanding designed doors in the adult, teen and children category!
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On September 6th, the walls of the Maxwell/Castillo family's home were raised and blessed. It was a day full of excitement and construction as Calvin Maxwell and Bianca Castillo helped nail down the walls of their new home in the presence of family, friends, Habitat staff and volunteers. The construction of this home continues weekly as we look forward to the day of completion and dedication.
Thank you to First United Methodist Church of Allen, First United Methodist Church of McKinney, Creekwood United Methodist Church, Stonebridge United Methodist Church, Suncreek United Methodist Church, American Bankers Association, Groundfloor Development, KWA Constructon, McKinney CDBG, Collin County, TDHCA, Habitat Carpenters Club, ReStore and Viewpoint Bank.