Samford Builds Habitat House

Samford University and Alagasco joined hands this spring to build a Habitat for Humanity house in Irondale.

Samford students and employees worked together to construct the dwelling during March and April. The home-built for a family of five-will be dedicated in May.

Samford and Alagasco "share our vision of eliminating substandard housing," said Charles Moore, president and chief executive officer of Greater Birmingham Habitat for Humanity.

"Their commitment to improve the quality of life in this area is obvious through past partnerships with Habitat. Our mission is to provide safe, affordable housing to those in need, and the Samford/ Alagasco partnership is a perfect example of mission in action."

Samford students, faculty and staff provided volunteer funds and labor to build a Habitat house in Fairfield last school year. Alagasco also has been involved in supporting the Habitat program for 10 years.

Samford students, faculty and staff worked to build this Habitat for Humanity House in Irondale.

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Spring 2002
Vol. 19, No. 1

Seasons Staff

William Nunnelley
Mary Wimberley
Associate Editor
Jack Brymer
Contributing Writer
Sean Flynt
Contributing Writer
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Caroline Baird Summers

Samford University Alumni Association Officers 2002-03

Bennie Bumpers '63
Sonya Bumpers '63

Tom Armstrong '73
Vice President

Brooke Dill Stewart '95

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