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|2013 Partner Family
Brandon and Sarah Payne with
their children Kara and Cameron
|Brown County Habitat for Humanity
2013 Build Schedule for the Payne Family
1867 Treetop Lane
From Nashville, go north on SR 135 (approx. 2 miles) to
Tree Top Lane turn left build site is immediately on the left
Ceremony May 19, 2013
The Payne family with
BC Habitat's President
|Brown County Habitat for Humanity is pleased to
announce their new partner family for 2013.
Sarah and Brandon Payne and their two children,
thirteen year old Kara, and 9 year old Cameron,
will be the recipients of the 17th Brown County
Habitat build. Both Sarah and Brandon are 1998
Brown County High School graduates and are
celebrating their 15th anniversary of their first
date on today’s Democrat publication date April
24th. The two also have the distinction of 15
years working for the same Brown County
establishments; Sarah at The Artist Colony and
Brandon at the Brown County Inn.
As with any household with kids, Kara and
Cameron consume a fair amount of family time.
Kara is a cheerleader and then in summer is
involved with fast pitch softball. Cameron rotates
from football to basketball to baseball. But the
family does find time to utilize our local state
park, and enjoy what nature has to offer.
The Payne’s are eager to realize the long
awaited dream of home ownership. And they are
fortunate to have the support of family and friends
ready and willing to contribute time, labor and
expertise in the building of the home. For
Cameron, his most important question was about
normal walls. It seems he likes Fatheads,
graphics that you can apply to a wall, a smooth
wall. He was assured the walls will be normal.
An official introduction of the family took place at
the Brown County Community Band concert
Satuday, May 4th. The concert was held at the
BC High School auditorium. The Payne’s will
also participated in our annual SummerFest on
June 22nd. They will be a part of the Hike on
Brown County Habitat for Humanity welcomes
the Payne Family as our next Partner Family and
wish them all the best as our construction begins
|Our groundbreaking ceremony was
held Sunday May 19th. This will be our
17th house in Brown County. In
addition to the Payne Family, Sara,
Brandon, Kara and Cameron, Habitat
President Carrel Moore was ready with
Construction supervisor, Jim Drum has
a plan of action and is looking for
volunteers to help build this house.
Even if you do not know one end of the
hammer from another, there are
countless ways you can help. Initial
framing should begin at the end of May.
|For additional information or to
volunteer for this year's build e-mail:
Linda Ault-Potter, Volunteer Coordinator,
Mike Jeffries 812-988-0865
|Ian Miller - Foundation
|2013 Payne Build
|Jessica and Friends
keeping it level!
|Jimmy "Pink Shoes" and
Kevin "The Big Hole"