On August 22, 2022, Warren County Habitat for Humanity (Warren County Habitat)
brought the community to Harkers Hollow Golf Club for their annual Golf Tournament. Fifty people attended the event to put their skills to the test and support building homes, communities and hope in Warren County. The golfers who attended were tenacious in that multiple times throughout the day, they had to evacuate the course due to inclement weather. The rain was no match for them, as they were determined to play through, and were eventually rewarded with sunshine and a beautiful afternoon. The proceeds raised from this event will be going towards Warren County Habitat’s third Veterans Build home. This house will become home to Army Veteran Keary Riddick, and her two children, Alyssa and Collin, and will be one of six Habitat homes located on Beidleman Road in Franklin Township. It is currently set to be finished in the spring of 2023. The home will be ADA compliant and have only one story to aid Keary in taking care of her disabled son.
“Harkers Hollow has shown consistent support of Warren County Habitat for Humanity over the years, and we would like to thank them for yet another successful event on their course,” Executive Director Ben Eskow commented. “We would also like to thank Phoenix Modular for being our Gold Sponsor for the tournament and for supporting Warren County Habitat’s vision of everyone in Warren County having a decent place to live.”
About Warren County Habitat for Humanity
Warren County Habitat for Humanity is the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity,
International and has served Warren County since 1999. An accredited 501 (c)(3)
charitable organization, Habitat’s mission: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat
for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. To learn
more about Warren County Habitat or to donate, visit www.warrenhabitat.org.
Public Relations Manager
For Immediate Release
Warren County Habitat for Humanity