AUSTELL — Habitat for Humanity club students from Campbell, Hillgrove, Kennesaw Mountain, Pope, Sprayberry, Walton and Wheeler High Schools recently gave the Baidoo family a new, affordable place to call home.
The 9-week build, which began in February, was officially dedicated to the family of three on May 12. The house is located on Blossom Lane in Austell.
“Congratulations to these servant-leader high schoolers for giving up their Saturdays to make the dream of homeownership a reality for this family,” said David McGinnis, President & CEO, NW Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. “Not only does a home change their future, but the experience deeply enriches every person who hammers a nail to bring it to fruition.”
Homeowners George and Comfort Baidoo were both born in Ghana, have been married for seven years and have a baby named Blesson.
“We are grateful for this opportunity to be homeowners,” said George. “We are excited that we will live in a safe area.”