at 300 Grove Ave SW, Cleveland, 37311 United States
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We are having some GREAT Christmas sales at both of the Cleveland ReStore Locations! Everything at the North Store is 10% Off - Today Only! Plus, Books and Media 50% off, TV's & Stereos 50% off, and Housewares are 25% off! At the South Store TV's & Stereos are 50% off, Vacuum Cleaners are 50%, and select items throughout the store are 20-30% Off. Plus - All Christmas Items in both stores are 50% Off! Come See Us!
Hey Facebook Fans! We had such a great turnout for our 10th Anniversary Sale last week that we have decided to extend some of the GREAT discounts into this week for a "Sale After the Sale" event. CLOTHES, TV'S, SPORTING GOODS, & EXERCISE EQUIPMENT are all 50% Off! We still have most of our cabinets at 50% OFF and our Built -In Microwaves are 60% OFF which makes them only $100.00 Come See Us! (South Store Only)
Happy Veteran's Day! As a Thank You to our Veteran's on this special day, we invite all Veteran's to visit the South ReStore to receive 15% off your purchase!
We wanted to send out a huge thank you to all those that participated in the 10th Anniversary celebration at the Cleveland ReStore. We are including staff, volunteers, home owners, donors and customers in this thanks. Through your efforts, the ReStore had the most successful week in its history! This is one more way to help Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland build more homes to qualified families in our community. Thanks to all of you for your hard work and for your support through your donations and your purchases!
We're having a great time at the 10th Anniversary Festival! There's plenty of food and great entertainment for the whole family. Come on out and join us, we'll be here until 5pm! South Restore Location-303 Grove Ave SW
Our 25% Off Sale is still going on at both ReStore locations! Our Big Tent Sale at our South ReStore location starts TODAY!
Winning bidders for the 10th Anniversary Silent Auction at the South ReStore will be contacted TODAY!
Visit the ReStore (North and South stores) for a 25% off store-wide sale! This offer will go from November 1 - 8! This sale begins TODAY so stop by before your Halloween festivities!
Our DIY Before & After Contest ends Nov. 5th, so be sure and get your entries in! Check out our DIY Contest FB Photo Album for entry details and find out how to vote for your favorites. http://goo.gl/tI56CV
VECustomers Share Board Member Dana Burgner presented a grant check to Karen Cross from New Life Community Kitchen.
Grant funds will provide a hot lunch five days a week and will also provide food bags that do not require refrigeration or cooking for the homeless and street people.
THE WORKERS of the Habitat Legacy Build pump their fists in the air as they prepare to get down to working on this year's home.
From left in back are: Danny Britt, Jerry Franitza, Alan Goslen, Chuck Haney, Dave Flower, Jim Veenstra and Ed McCartney.
“I was married in September 2008 to Michael Johnson,” Tammy Johnson, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland, noted.
“The next April, I went for my yearly checkup.
She said to come in, we have a problem,” Johnson said.
A team of men help load incredibly heavy pallets of backer board and tiles onto a tractor trailer for Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland.
From left are: Trapper, a generous trucker providing his truck for transport; Dave Williams, ReStore manager; and Tommy Stovall, Habitat receiving manager.
Twenty-three "promising future leaders" representing Bradley Central, Cleveland and Walker Valley high schools and Tennessee Christian Preparatory School graduated from the 17th Youth Leadership class of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce.
The Walker Valley High School Habitat for Humanity student chapter enjoys helping our community with affordable housing.
From left are Habitat homeowner Shiloh White, Autumn Millard, Mikayla Beasley, Anna Grace Jackson, Cameron Hutt, Lara Davidson, Virginia Willis, Lauren Harwood, Annie Kate Gibson and Habitat homeowner Marvin White.
Habitat for Humanity of Tennessee is directing $15,500 in grant funding to Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland, to build one new home in the Cleveland and Bradley County community.
Photo by Nicodemus Photography
ERICA NELSON, right, one of four future Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland homeowners, holds back tears as local Habitat Executive Director Tammy Johnson hugs her for support.
The Cleveland and Bradley County community hosts five Habitat neighborhoods.
Banner File Photo, Daniel Guy
On Monday, the Knights of Columbus held a small reception to honor the eight local nonprofits to which they were donating funds.
From left are Bertin Kurtz, grand knight of the Knights of Columbus; Leslie Painter, Hospice of Chattanooga; Diana Jackson, Life Bridges; Corinne Freeman, The Caring Place; Angela Benifield, Harbor House; Cecilee Dickens, Orange Grove Center; Dr. Tammy Johnson, Ludic; and Father Mike Nowlan, Pastor of St. Therese and a board member of Habitat for Humanity.