Cape Gazette

Habitat for Humanity holds Hard Hats and Heels Gala

Feb 25, 2014
Photo by: Steven Billups

Sussex County Habitat for Humanity held its first Hard Hats and Heels Gala Feb. 15 at the Baywoods Banquet Room. The event was a fundraiser for the fifth women's build project. Shown are the SCHFH Women’s Build Fundraising Committee (l-r) Nancy Terranova, SCHFH Build Coordinator Jacquie Sanders, Tammy Cohee, event Chair Teena Twillen, Debbie Quinn and Prue Albright.



Recent Habitat homeowner Jody Heisler, left, stands with SCHFH Family Services Manager Margaret Reyes, center, and the recipient of the fifth Women's Build, Theresa Dorrell. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Supporting the building fund are (l-r) Bob and Christine Klerlein of Iron Works, John and Cheryl Davidson of East Coast Structural Movers, Auctioneer Tom Protack, Caitlin Klerlein and Ryan Bunting. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Enjoying the event are (l-r) Susan Watterson, Heidi Gilmore and Jen Joseph. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Socializing at the gala are (l-r) Matt Cahall, SCHFH Board Member Mary Ann Leaguer, Keith Atkins, Bernadette Wheeler, Mary Ann Sockritter and Ron Derr. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Having fun at the event are (l-r) Shawn Jones, Clark and Kathleen Evens, SCHFH Fundraising Committee Member Nancy Terranova and John Terranova. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Stepping away from the Chinese Auction for a photo are (l-r) Timarie and Blair Thompson and Helen and Dr. Fadi Damouni. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Browsing the live auction items are Nate and Shon Graulich and Susanne and Jamie Truitt. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Dropping their tickets in the Chinese Auction bowls are Don and Marie Evick. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
Happy for the great turnout for the first SCHFH Gala are (l-r) SCHFH Pat President Jeff Joseph, SCHFH Executive Director Kevin Gilmore and SCHFH President Scott Lanham. (Photo by: Steven Billups)
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