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With the tremendous outpouring of community support, the project has numerous donations.
(SALEM, Ore.) - Dale’s Design & Remodeling is celebrating 30-years in business. They say that as a thank you for 30-years of support from the Salem and Mid-Willamette Valley Communities, Dale’s has teamed up for a project with Habitat for Humanity Mid-Willamette Valley and Marion-Polk Food Share.
The charming Fairmount home belonging to long-time resident Rosana Clarke, known to her adoring neighbors as the loving and selfless Queen of Fairmount Hill, will undergo a full renovation and then be sold. A generous portion of the proceeds from the sale will be donated to Habitat for Humanity and Marion-Polk Food Share to help build low income homes and provide meals to those who are in need.
Dale Van Lydegraf, President of Dale’s Design & Remodeling, a 3rd generation Salem Resident, whose grandfather once ran the Salem Heights Trolley will manage this remarkable renovation project located at 360 Superior Street South.
With the tremendous outpouring of community support, this project has numerous donations from residential construction trades for both materials and labor, exterior design and finishes, interior design and finishes, landscaping and much more.
This home is a must see by all when officially presented to the public on the 2008 Remodelers Home Tour October 18th and 19th 2008.
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