Kansas City, Missouri 2021-12-09 06:30:03 –
Overland Park, Kansas — KSHB 41 news reporter Charlie Keegan built a television station (equipped with a broadcast antenna) from Gingerbread. Truman Heritage Habitat for Mankind Annual “Holiday Gingerbread House” Fundraising..
From December 9th to January 7th, people can vote for their favorite gingerbread house with their wallet.
All the money raised will help bring families in eastern Jackson County, Missouri into real homes through Habitat’s mission to build homes, communities and hope.
Keegan’s television station, known as “Santa’s Reporter,” will be on display at Clinton’s Soda Fountain in Independence Square.
You can vote and donate by visiting Website specific to his entry..
other than Keegan, Jasper’s Jasper Mirabile, Grinder’s Jeffrey “STRETCH” Le Manor, and Eclair de la Rune’s Erin Rutrell have all entered the contest.
Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity aims to raise $ 50,000.
Currently Transform the old Hiram Young School To the new headquarters in Independence, Missouri.
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