WillowPointe Wealth Management is 2018 Cooking on the Square presenting sponsor

Photo: L to R Amber Underwood, Pam Ealey (PCHFH), Steve Boots, Larry Taylor, Amy Ray, and Rachel Dalton

With Cookeville’s favorite lunch event just a few weeks away, Putnam County Habitat for Humanity (PCHFH) has announced that WillowPointe Wealth Management at UBS Financial Services will be the presenting sponsors of Cooking on the Square.

“As we prepare to host our 22ndCooking on the Square, we are very excited to welcome the team at UBS as our presenting sponsors,” said Pam Ealey, Executive Director of PCHFH. “We prepare all year to have the bowls ready for this event, and we already have 70 cook teams and 18 bake teams signed up, which shows what a popular event this has become. We’re thankful for UBS investing and working with us to build another affordable home for a local family.”

Cooking on the Square is set for Friday, Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the Cookeville courthouse square.  Tickets are on sale now at most local banks and PCHFH’s Habitat ReStore on East 15thSt. Advance tickets are $20, which includes the handcrafted bowl, plenty of delicious cajun faire, desserts, and drinks. Tickets sold the day of the event will be $25.

“We love this event and believe in supporting our community,” said Steve Boots, UBS Financial Advisor. “Habitat for Humanity impacts so many by providing families an opportunity for the true American dream, an affordable home to call their own. We are honored to support such a great cause.”

The 11thhome built from this event is just getting started in West End Place.  For more information on the housing ministry or Cooking on the Square, visit the website at www.pchabitat.org; follow Cooking on the Square on Facebook, or call Melissa Parks, (931) 528-1711, ext. 7.

PCHFH constructs and sells homes to qualified low-income families. To learn how to support the Christian ministry through financial gifts and volunteer time, call Pam Ealey at 528-1711, ext. 1. PCHFH is a non-profit Christian housing ministry that builds simple, decent and affordable homes in partnership with God and families in need. PCHFH strives to rid Putnam County of substandard housing and homelessness.

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