We would like to extend our congratulations to James Clodfelter, whose family lives in a Habitat for Humanity home. James is the son of James and Betty Clodfelter, both deceased. James is graduating from High School and will be attending Wingate in the Fall. James plays the violin and was recently awarded a $15,000 scholarship. We wish James great success as he continues to pursue his passion and his education.
We would also like to Taryn Jenkins, SPC upon her graduation from Catawba with a degree in Sports Medicine. Taryn is the daughter of Lexington’s Habitat for Humanity homeowner Bernadette Hanna. She was seven-years-old when her family moved into the house. Taryn plans to join the army where she will work as a diesel truck mechanic. We would like to wish her the very best and thank her for her service to our country!
Taryn Jenkins, SPC