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Habitat work nails Cumming home

by Christopher Freiberg

June 17, 2013

From left: Tim Graves, chief executive officer of Wound Systems, Shan Rohan, director of dining services of The Villas at Canterfield, Joan Carlson, executive director of The Villas, Tiffany Moseley and Win Porter, developer and owner of The Villas.
CUMMING, Ga. — Habitat for Humanity, North Central Georgia held a First Nail Ceremony for a Cumming family on June 1.

Volunteers from The Villas at Canterfield and First Redeemer Church began construction on the home on Dave's Creek Road which is scheduled to be completed in August 2013.

The home will be built in partnership with Tiffany Moseley who has a 12-year-old daughter and one-year-old twin boys.

Win Porter, founder of the Villas at Canterfield said the volunteers and Habitat staff are excited to participate in the cause.

"Tiffany and family are so deserving of this house and are truly grateful," Porter said. "I want to encourage other local groups and families to get involved in this local project. You will not regret it."

To help support the Moseley family, call Win Porter at 770-399-9988 or e-mail