Attendees of the Habitat for Humanity Tennessee annual awards dinner (from left) include Adrienne Goolsby, senior vice president, U.S. Office and Canada; Vicki Culbertson, executive director, Greene County Habitat for Humanity; and Colleen Dudley, executive director, Habitat for Humanity of Tennessee. The dinner highlighted the organization’s Tennessee State Conference, held July 15-17, in Murfreesboro. The vision of the global nonprofit housing organization “is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live,” according to habitat.org.
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The Kingdom Heirs, the chart-topping Southern Gospel group based at Dollywood, will return to Greeneville in a benefit concert for Greene County Habitat for Humanity on Thursday, Feb. 28, at Towering Oak Baptist Church. Advance tickets are on sale now.
The Scott Family, a popular gospel sextet from Greene County, will also perform.
Above: The Kingdom Heirs, resident group at Dollywood, belt out the final song in a concert at Towering Oaks Baptist Church Thursday night. Th…
The Scott Family, based in Greene County, open the Habitat concert, attended by about 400 people. The concert was sponsored by Air Pro Heating…
The Kingdom Heirs, the chart-topping Southern Gospel group based at Dollywood, will return to Greeneville in a benefit concert for Greene County Habitat for Humanity. Advance tickets are on sale now.
The Kingdom Heirs perform at their 2017 show for Greene County Habitat for Humanity. The group will perform in Greeneville again on Feb. 22.
Greene County Habitat for Humanity introduced the recipients of the organization's Faith Build Project Thursday at the First Church of God in Greeneville.