Holiday Home Benefits Little Light House
SHINING BRIGHT: Among those enjoying the successful Holiday Home fundraiser for the Little Light House are, from left, Marilyn Kelley, Brett Neil, Dan Holcomb, Tracey Green, Monica Barbour, Sullivan Barbour, Lisa DeBolt, Christa DeBolt, Jerry DeBolt, Randall hull and Marcia Mitchell, executive director of the Little Light House.
This holiday season the Little Light House experienced an exciting new fundraising effort called “Holiday Home.” A beautiful 3,000 sq. ft. single-family home has been built in the Reserve at Harvard Ponds subdivision and all proceeds from the sale of the house will be donated to The Little Light House. This home was fully decked-out in Christmas boutique through Dec. 17.
This has been a widespread effort with 135 local businesses and individuals donating their time, talents and treasures to the project. Major sponsors include Randall Hull, Architects Ink; Brett Neil, GoldStar Designs; Dan Holcomb, Three D’s Construction and Jerry Debolt, Debolt Construction; John Walsh with J&S Contractors and Spartan Development. Interior design is provided by Mary Lou Phillips along with the work of Stacy Turnipseed of Interiors by Stacy and Lona Heath.
The Little Light House is a Christian developmental center providing services to Tulsa-area special needs children, ages birth through six, tuition-free without government funding or United Way assistance. Individualized services are provided by certified special education teachers, physical and occupational therapists, speech language pathologists and numerous volunteers. Parents are also provided with training opportunities. Generous donations from local business, area residents and fundraising projects like “Holiday Home” enable The Little Light House to operate tuition-free for 35 years.