EATON — Preble County Habitat for Humanity will be opening the doors of five different homes in the area, including the Habitat’s newest partner family home, on Sunday, Dec. 4, from 1-5 p.m.
Refreshments will be served at some of the homes.
The houses featured include both newly built and historic residences. Participants will be touring the Chasteen House, Decoy Bed & Breakfast Home, Wagner House, Ross House, and No. 4 Bell Schoolhouse – Jim & Emily Ray House.
Following the tour, an open house at Suggs Family Orchard & Market in Eaton and Yankee Clover Mercantile in Lewisburg will be held. Many holiday items will be available for purchase at both stores.
The tour will be self-guided and requires a ticket, purchased at pre-sale for $8, or $10 on the day of the tour. Tickets can be purchased at the Preble County Habitat ReStore, located at 131 N. Barron Street.
All proceeds benefit Preble County Habitat for Humanity.
“The Habitat for Humanity is about building homes,” representative Jodi Gray said. The touring of different community homes is a way to raise money for the organization that strives to build even more. This is the third year Habitat has held this fundraiser, according to Gray.
Questions regarding the tour can be brought to the Habitat for Humanity at 937-472-0002 or in person at their office in Eaton.
Reach Kelsey Kimbler at 937-683-4061 or on Twitter @KKimbler_RH