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New Equpment for TAHFH

Above: Leadership Tahlequah Class XXVI held several fundraisers including a bowling tournament and a duck race raising over $18,500 towards purchasing a mini-excavator. Members of the class have also collectively given 368+ volunteer hours. Adding this equipment will mean we can keep more digging and dirt work in-house. This is a savings we can pass on to future Habitat Homeowners. We couldn't be more excited and grateful for the support of Leadership Tahlequah Leadership Class XXVI and our community.

Leadership Class Bowling Tournament

Above: The bowling balls were rolling and the pins flying thanks to our friends at Leadership Tahlequah Class XXVI! They hosted a bowling tournament on February 27-28 and March 1, 2024, at Thunder Bowl Lanes to help us raise money for our dream machine - a mini-excavator that will be a game-changer for our work.

GALENTINE'S MAKE AND TAKE WORKSHOP, FEBRUARY 17, 2024

Above: Best friends Sakura Walker (left) and Jessica Jetton (right) help each other add "whipped topping" to their dessert candle at the Tahlequah Habitat Restore during a candle making class. The candles were made out of a gel candle wax and the topping was whipped in a standard mixer and then added to the top through a piping bag.  The ReStore offers many do it yourself projects for people of all ages and is located at 17165 W Mud Valley Road in Tahlequah. 

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Women Build 2024

Women Build 2024 took place on Saturday, March 16, 2024.

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Construction of House #34 begins in March 2024!

Volunteer to help build House #34!

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Quilt Presentation to House #33 Homeowner at the House Blessing on December 17, 2023

Tahlequah Community Fund Grant

On November 14, 2023, Tahlequah Community Fund presented a check to Tahlequah Area Habitat for Humanity. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to Tahlequah Community Fund for its generous investment in 18 community projects during their 2023 Small Grant cycle. This grant, aimed at local initiatives, has already begun to weave positive changes into our community fabric.

Pictured below: Back Row- Mike Bingham, Trae Ratliff, BobEd Culver, J.D. Carey. Front- Annie Kingcade, Ken Purdy, Linda Cheatham, Elaine Hodson, Nicki Barnes Scott.

The grant from Tahlequah Community Fund helped fund the purchase of the below pictured trailer from Murray and Nationwide Trailers. The trailer will allow TAHFH to haul supplies and equipment.

Construction of House #33 Started on July 31, 2023

Construction of House #33 is moving forward (below photos).

Tahlequah Area Habitat for Humanity in the News

Cherokee County Women in Business--Linda Cheatham & Annie Kingcade

Tahlequah Community Fund Award

Podcast with TAHFH Director--Linda Cheatham

Everyday Heroes--Annie Kingcade

Everyday Heroes -- Nicki Barnes Scott

Tahlequah Area Habitat for Humanity on the Radio, April 21, 2020

Tulsa Public Radio reports that TAHFH is back to work with Federal Coronavirus Stimulus Money.

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