Honoring our Veterans at the Sedona Heritage Museum

Lisa DeLight From left to right: From SedonaKind.org, Jawn McKinley, center is Lisa DeLight from Verde Valley Habitat for Humanity, and from SedonaKind.org, Pam Hollenbach

The last surviving Sedona native WWII Veteran. Sedona had the most WWII officers for a town of its size in all of America!! FRED PIPER

Volunteer Coordinator, Lisa DeLight joined the ladies from SedonaKind.org in honoring our veterans for Veteran’s Day.

Verde Valley Habitat for Humanity attended to help raise awareness of our Critical Home Repair Program (CHRP). Our CHRP program helps elderly seniors, low income families and veterans with repairs of roofing, siding, windows, exterior painting, fire-wise landscaping or providing accessibility accommodations such as wheelchair ramps.

If you know of anyone who could use some help with home repairs, please contact our office at (928) 649-6788.