Home for the Holidays Raffle Tickets Available
Home for the Holidays is back! The HBA of Greater Cleveland Charitable & Education Foundation (HBACEF), Make-A-Wish Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, and News 5 Cleveland have teamed up once again to create an opportunity for someone to win a custom built $669,000 home in North Royalton's Pine Hill subdivision. The 2,517-square-foot ranch, complete with a walk-out basement, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a 3-car garage is being built by Edgewood Homes, a custom builder owned and operated by Mike Kandra in North Royalton. A groundbreaking ceremony was hosted this week. The plan is to open the house up for tours at the end of November. The drawing will be hosted on New Year's Eve. Tickets, available now, are $100 each and proceeds will benefit Make-A-Wish, OKI and the HBA’s Charitable and Education Foundation. The HBACEF has created many scholarships for students entering the construction industry along with supporting charities such as the Greater Cleveland Fisher House, Special Veterans in Need, Homes for Our Troops, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and Make-A-Wish. Tickets are now available at http://www.hbahomefortheholidays.org/
Pictured at the groundbreaking from left to right are: Keri Haibach from Make-A-Wish; Mike Kandra of Edgewood Homes; North Royalton Mayor Larry Antoskiewicz; Brenda Callaghan and Colleen Ramm of HBA, Greater Cleveland; and Brian Graziano of News 5 WEWS.