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Radio Hosts Swing Hammers For Habitat (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Two Curtis Media Goldsboro on-air hosts hammer it out for a good cause.

Thursday’s Fastest Hammer competition in Mount Olive featured the matchup between WGBR morning host Jeff Farrow and WFMC morning host Averil Williams.

The competition raises funds and awareness of Habitat for Humanity of Goldsboro-Wayne.

Habitat Executive Director Matt Whittle says the group’s latest house at 108 S. Chestnut Street in Mount Olive is coming along, and the home’s new family is excited to move in after the first of the year.

In the end, Williams came out on top, hammering 10 nails securely into board before Farrow could accomplish the same.

Williams also raised the most money for Habitat leading up to the event.

Farrow raised $247 and Williams raised $346, nearly doubling the goal Habitat for Humanity of Goldsboro-Wayne had set for the competition.

Habitat is always looking for volunteers to help with the construction of the new homes.

For further information, call 919-736-9592 or visit habitatgoldsboro.org.

Click here for video of the Fastest Hammer competition

One Comment

  1. Adamrothman says:

    Looks like it took about 45 minutes

    Reply

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