GREENE – A ground-breaking ceremony was held at the corner of Mill and Monelle Streets, Saturday morning, with the Chenango County Habitat for Humanity (CCHH) board members and project volunteers, dignitaries, church pastor and the partnering family, Larry and Christine Dunlap. Everyone gathered at the new home job site for a blessing and official construction commencement.
George Estee, former CCHH president and current Advisory Board Member, presided over the ceremony and introduced the honored guests. Representing the Greene government was Town Supervisor Jack T. Cook and Village Trustee Ronald Williamson. (Mayor Marsha E. Miller was unable to attend.) Patty Washburn and Kathy Langley - Volunteer Project Coordinators; Sam Gainfort - Building Committee Chairman, and Olin Miller - Site Selection Committee were there along with Marjory Clark - Corresponding Secretary; Carol Clum - Family Selection Committee; and Audrey & Harold Johnson, Promotion and Development Coordinators.