B/CS Habitat for Humanity celebrated its 25th anniversary with a special ceremony in September. The event served as an opportunity to reflect on the last 25 years, the nearly 250 homes built, the wonderful families who live in them and the tremendous community support that has made it all possible.
Volunteers and donors were honored, along with Habitat homeowners who have paid off their mortgages. Highlighting the evening were presentations from the first and second Habitat homeowners in B/CS and a special address from Texas A&M Women’s Basketball Coach Gary Blair.
The evening kicked off and culminated with jazz music from the Greg Tivis Trio and hors d’oeuvres and dessert. The meet and greet and reception gave time for Habitat volunteers, donors, supporters and families to visit, reconnect and look at photos from the last 25 years.
Dr. L.A. Love, who up in a Habitat home in Bryan and graduated from Bryan High School before going to college and eventually earning a doctorate, emceed the event. He is now the Assistant Director for Athletic Academic and Support Services at Texas Tech University, but he flew in from Lubbock to be here for the occasion.