Leadership Awards Announced by Tulsa Habitat for Humanity Recipients to Receive Awards at Annual Meeting and Leadership Luncheon
On Thursday, October 28, Tulsa Habitat for Humanity will hold Annual Meeting and Leadership Luncheon. Several leaders of the local Tulsa community will be honored for their support and dedication to the mission of Tulsa Habitat for Humanity. Among those who will be honored at tomorrow’s luncheon are Cary Evert, Hilti, Chad Trainer, Newfield Exploration, Deacon Richard Campbell, St. Bernard’s Parish, Paul Smith, The University of Tulsa, Billy Cassetty, Cassety Co., Jeff Smith, CedarRock Homes and Bill & Sara Meyberg.
“These community leaders have been a vital part of the mission of Tulsa Habitat”, said Paul Kent, Executive Director, “We wanted to take this opportunity to recognize and thank them for their leadership.”
What: Annual Meeting and Leadership Luncheon
When: Thursday, October 28th @ 11:45
Where: Tulsa Habitat for Humanity, 6235 E 13th Street
About 130 people will gather tomorrow for the Tulsa Habitat Annual Meeting and Leadership Luncheon. Lunch will be served and is sponsored by Texas Roadhouse.
About Tulsa Habitat for Humanity
Tulsa Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical, non-profit Christian housing ministry dedicated to eliminating poverty housing while building decent, affordable housing in partnership with those in need in Tulsa County. Tulsa Habitat and its families and house sponsors have built homes with over 200 families. Over 125 faith-based groups, companies, foundations and individuals have financially sponsored and helped build these homes. has launch a 48-month campaign to help another 100 families build and buy their homes by 2013. Dr. Paul Kent serves as Executive Director. For more info, visit www.habitat-tulsa.org.
About Habitat for Humanity International
Habitat for Humanity International is an ecumenical Christian ministry that welcomes to its work all people dedicated to the cause of eliminating poverty housing. Since its founding in 1976, Habitat has built more than 300,000 houses worldwide, providing simple, decent and affordable shelter for more than 1.5 million people. For more information, visit www.habitat.org.