Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

 

 


by Michael, July 18, 2008

In the Fall of 2007, POOLCENTER.com contributed to helping the Chapin Family realize their dreams. Having been a fan of the award winning television series "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," since its inception, everyone here at POOLCENTER.com headquarters considers it an honor to be mentioned as having helped such a loving and caring family like the Chapin's. The thank you card from them warmed all of our hearts and brightened an already great Summer. Thank you, Chapin Family, for being such a great asset to your community.

"Thank you for helping our dreams come true!!  The Chapin Family Extreme Makeover Home Edition, Oct. 2007"

"We want you to know that we are extremely grateful for the part you had in our miracle..."

Read a brief day-to-day story about how the Chapin's Dream actually became a reality:  Page onePage two

"...Ty and Designers watch the submission video of Conne Chapin and her kids..."

"...Ty and designers Michael Moloney, Paul DiMeo, Paige Hemmis and John Littlefield watch the submission video of Connie Chapin and her kids, Molly, Rachel, Anna and Daniel, who are active in several community charities, their church and local awareness groups. Connie is a hard working single mother and avid swimmer who turned her backyard swimming pool into a much needed community resource, Angelfish Swimming, teaching over 200 kids, some who suffer from various disabilities like autism and cerebral palsy, how to swim, a life saving skill Connie believes that all children should have..."


POOLCENTER.com feels that working with the community is a vital part of a continuing to build a healthy relationship with the people we serve.  We continue to reach out to those in need by donating to local charities, sponsoring little league teams, and donating our time to organizations throughout our local / regional area.  Way to go Extreme Makeover: Home Edition!  You continue to impress and influence others to share their fortune with people who are trying to make a difference.