TAVARES, Fla. — Habitat for Humanity of Lake-Sumter held their fourth annual “Jingle Build-Off” on Saturday.
This year’s was the largest playhouse building event so far, as 13 different playhouses were built for donating to kids for the holidays.
Teams competed to build their houses and have them showcased in the Tavares Christmas Parade and Celebration.
The playhouses will stay on display for one week, allowing residents to vote for their favorite.
Soon after, they will be delivered to selected families in the community.
All funds raised are being used to build Habitat homes in Lake and Sumter counties throughout the year.
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