The board of directors for the Rutherford County Habitat for Humanity announced that they have selected Terri Shultz to serve as the executive director of that organization. She succeeds Beth Smith, who retired for health reasons.
Shultz has been with the local Habitat for Humanity for about seven and a half years. She is very optimistic about the future . . .
Shultz commented that Habitat plans to build more homes, and is now seeking land. She encouraged those who have land that they would like to donate or sell, to immediately contact Habitat for Humanity at (615) 849-5994.
Salute To Beth Smith
In the conversation with the new Habitat executive director, she kept giving accolades to Beth Smith. When there was reference to "her filling Beth's shoes", Shultz quickly corrected that . . .
Habitat Home Applications Open April 1st
Shultz said they will start taking applications April 1st for new Habitat for Humanity home loans. Here's what she said you need to do . . .
She stressed that anyone who is interested in applying for a Habitat home loan, should not wait around, but file immediately when the process begins on April 1st.
Visit the ReStore
Shultz notes that the Habitat ReStore is open to the public, and offers both new and pre-owned merchandise that is perfect for renovating homes and offices. Everything from paint, doors, windows, light fixtures, large area rugs, flooring of all types, bead board, cabinets, furniture, appliances, bathroom and kitchen fixtures and more. The ReStore is at 850 Mercury Boulevard and is open to the public Monday through Saturday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM.
(L-R above photo) Habitat Re-Store Assistant Manager Robert Bats and new Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Terri Shultz show a small portion of the merchandise available at this unique facility that's located at 850 Mercury Boulevard.
Interview With Terri
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(5 minutes, 32 seconds)