CVHFH begins Hosfeld Rd Development
CVHFH is set to begin a new "Habitat for Humanity" development for first-time, low to moderate income home buyers. Houses will be either three or four bedroom ranch style houses, with two bathrooms. This is the start of the largest single area of housing projects CVHFH has done. The previous being on Running Pump Road, where CVHFH built four houses. There are six available lots in this development, with five lots being approximately two acres each, and the sixth being five acres. The houses will be similar in appearance to the house in the photo below (3 bedroom house).
Goodbye, Old Friend
With 15 years of service to the mission of CVHFH, our 1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager finally "gave up the ghost". In the last eight years, the minivan was invaluable to CVHFH's Home Again repair program; particularly due to the fact it could easily fit a sheet of 4' x 8' plywood, drywall, etc. in it. This is not such a commonplace ability in minvans, and it was a great asset for the program's success serving low-income homeowners of the County.
Back in 2004, Bill Yufer (longtime construction volunteer) donated this van to CVHFH. And after several years of transportation usage, it was realized that with the back seats taken out, the van had a new and even more useful life.
So as we say goodbye to our old friend, we prepare for a new one to arrive. We should be getting a new van before the end of the year! For now, though, we thank BILL YUFER for his generosity and good work towards our mission of helping struggling homeowners of Cumberland County.