COMING AUGUST 9th!
Smoky Mountain Shrimp Boil
Join Macon/Jackson NC Habitat for Humanity as we present our largest annual fundraiser, the "Smoky Mountain Shrimp Boil", on Saturday, August 9th.
The event will be held in Tartan Hall at Franklin's First Presbyterian Church from 4:00pm to 8:00pm.
Tickets for this ALL YOU CAN EAT event are $20 for adults and $10 for youngersters under 11 years old.
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ABOUT MACON/JACKSON NC
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
A world where everyone has a decent place to live.
Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ.
Focus on Shelter.
Advocate for affordable housing.
Promote dignity and hope.
Support sustainable and transformational development.
WELCOME TO MACON/JACKSON NC
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Macon County/Jackson County Habitat for Humanity was formed in 1993. This year we'll see our 18th home dedicated with construction on the 19th beginning this fall. We welcome you to our "home" on the internet and encourage you to visit each room to learn more about our efforts to eliminate poverty housing.
Macon/Jackson NC Habitat for Humanity's sixteenth home is nearly completion. Located in the Riverbend are of Franklin, NC the home is 1,375 square feet and design using SIPs or structural insulated panels to provide greater insulating properties for the home. more
Macon/Jackson NC Habitat's Rehab projects are also in full swing. Volunteers have built new ramps & decks and along with re-roofing homes in the area. If you can assist with our rehab and repair projects call our office at 828.369.3716. more
Macon/Jackson NC Habitat for Humanity ReSale Store Paranormal Activity
Ghost Hunters from four states have confirmed that there is without a question paranormal activity taking place at the Macon County Habitat for Humanity ReSale Store at 56 West Palmer Street in Franklin, NC.
The discovery all began and Rick Westerman, Executive Director, was alerted to a store alarm at 7:48 a.m. by local police on Monday, June 14, 2010. The ReSale Store is closed on Mondays. Upon arrival nothing was discovered. A second alarm was reported approximately two hours later. Still nothing.
An employee of the ReSale Store decided to check surveillance tape and much to her surprise a ghostly figure or apparition moves across the screen around the same time the store's burglar alarm went off.
The incident has peaked the interest of Paranormal Groups from North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida and as far away as Missouri which have all been to the ReSale Store in Franklin, NC and investigated.
Westerman says that during those investigations even more evidence of paranormal activity have been discovered including a voice, a growling sound and orbs.
Needless to say the video, which can be seen by customers on a computer at the store, has lots of folks coming in to check out Franklin's newest attraction. » Watch WLOS-TV Report
Macon County Habitat was recently featured on The View and if you have questions contact Greg at Where Shadows Walk at 828-399-0209. You can visit there website here.