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Mississippi, Residential Design

Carmen’s Dedication

This morning, Hope Force held a dedication for Carmen’s house, which I have been working on over the past year. Thanks to their hard work and the work of Christian Aid Ministries, the house has turned out very well. Carmen, her husband Clarence, and their children are very happy! The house has a ramp that zig-zags up to a wide front porch, a spacious living room with an adjacent kitchen, and a hallway that leads to the three bedrooms and two bathrooms. See more photos from the dedication on Flickr [19 photos].

People gather on the front porch; the ramp zigzags down in the foreground.

People gather on the front porch. The ramp zig-zags down in the foreground, combining with the stair to providing an accomodating entrance for all visitors.

The side door opens into the space between the house and the garage.

The side door opens into the space between the house and the garage. Fitting the two structures together took some creativity from the people working on the house.

Jeremy Snow (left) of Hope Force speaks while Craig Snow looks on.

Jeremy Snow (left) of Hope Force speaks while Craig Snow looks on. Hope Force and Jeremy in particular have put a great deal of energy into this house, one of the last they will work on in Biloxi!

Bill Stallworth (right) speaks while Carmen (left) and family members listen.

Bill Stallworth (right), director of the Hope CDA, speaks, while Carmen (left) and family members look on.

After the ceremony, Kristen, Sarah (center) and Jeremy talk on the front porch.

After the ceremony, Kristen, Sarah (center) and Jeremy talk on the front porch.

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