Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Dream Home Benefiting Lawton Food 4 Kids Opens End of March!

Lawton, OK (March 7, 2012) – The Oaks Development Company’s fourth annual dream home will open at the end of this month, March 31 and April 1st. All proceeds from the $5 admission charge will go directly to The Lawton Food 4 Kids. The home is located at 6333 SW Red Oak Blvd. and will be open on Saturday, March 31 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Sunday, April 1 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.


The Villa Style home is located in Oak Ridge Addition, south on 67th street past Lee Blvd., left into Oak Ridge.


Food 4 Kids is a wonderful program that provides chronically hungry elementary school children in Lawton Public School’s with backpacks full of nutritious food to take home over the weekends and on school holidays. Without this program many of these children would have little or nothing to eat aside from the free meals they receive at school.


Over the past three years, The Oaks Development Company has raised nearly $18,000 for Food 4 Kids through their Dream Home tours. The proceeds were able to supply many backpacks worth of weekend nutritious food for chronically hungry children.


The name of this year’s home is Villa DaVinci. This nearly 4,000 square foot luxury home will be fully furnished and staged by Darby’s Big Furniture. Visitors can view a fully equipped chef’s gourmet kitchen, an outdoor living room featuring a full service outdoor kitchen, fireplace and entertainment center, fully staged state of the art sound insulated home theater and all of the latest styles in home design.


Builder Ron Nance explains that he is excited to “give people the opportunity to see something they’ve never seen before in Lawton while supporting a truly worthy cause.” Nance continues to give back to the community as the builder of the Westbrook project for ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition and recipient of Lawton Homebuilders “Builder of the Year” two years in a row.









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