Habitat for Humanity Lake County dedicated their 18th home on April 18, 2015, welcoming Angela Philpott, Jeremy Kotoff, and their children to the ranks of Habitat partner families. Volunteers, staff, friends and family joined in celebration at noon in their Clearlake home, sharing food, good wishes, and words of welcome and encouragement to the family as they embark on their new life as homeowners. President Richard Birk spoke about the needs of the community and how each individual could contribute to make a difference in the lives of others before sharing a brief key-passing ceremony and fellowship with all of the guests in attendance.
New homeowner Angela said, “It’s hard to put into words; we’re still in shock. God has blessed us with a safe home for the girls, and we’re so grateful and appreciative to everyone who helped make this possible. It just hasn’t hit us yet that this is really real.”
For information on how you can become a Habitat for Humanity homeowner, or for an application, contact the Habitat for Humanity office at 707.994.1100 or send us an email.