It was “Habitat Day” at the March 2017 meeting of the North Springfield Betterment Association (NSBA). Habitat for Humanity of Springfield, MO staffers Melissa Adler and Chris Houghton provided an overview of Habitat for Humanity to the group of north side businesses people, then gave details about Neighborhood Revitalization efforts in Woodland Heights.
Woodland Heights residents John and Jennifer Brizendine received the Residential Betterment Award for improvements they made to their home with the help of HFHS and the City of Springfield. Jennifer was on hand to accept the award and spoke emotionally about how much an additional bedroom means to her children.
Executive Director Larry Peterson accepted the Commercial Betterment Award for improvements that Habitat for Humanity is making to north Springfield.
The purpose of the NSBA is to encourage worthwhile and honorable endeavors which make north Springfield a better place to work and live. For more information visit nsbanet.com.