Couple's 'forever' home included on Norman house tour
The Assistance League of Norman is sponsoring its annual home tour, featuring five houses, one of which belongs to Andy and Elizabeth Greenhaw at 1901 Pin Oak Circle.
The Greenhaws said the home easily could be their forever home.
“It's the perfect house for now, and the perfect house for when we are empty nesters,” Elizabeth Greenhaw said.
The home tour, set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, also features the homes of Stan and Cheryl Berry, 712 Juniper Lane; Robert and Libbi Holbrook, 216 Foreman Circle; Michael Pullen and Jim Allred, 402 Scarlet Street; and Steve Skidmore and Jim Helberg, 1901 Quail Creek Drive.
Tickets for the tour are $20 and are available from any Assistance League member, as well as Brockhaus Jewelry, Cayman's, Christmas Expressions, Havenbrook Funeral Home, Kerns, Mister Robert and Tulip's.
Tickets will be available at the homes during the event for $25.
The home tour is a project of the Assistance League of Norman's Provisional Class. Proceeds will fund the league's seven programs, including Operation School Bell, which helps provide children with new clothing, shoes and hygiene kits so they can arrive in the classroom ready to learn.
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