Signorelli and First America Homes Construct Playhouse for Annual HomeAid Fundraiser

Terry Swenson Featured, HomeAid Houston, Member News

Mission Control, the 2020 HomeAid Houston Project Playhouse is under construction and will launch soon, on a date to be announced. Raffle ticket sales are currently underway online at www.homeaidhouston.org or from HomeAid representatives and are priced at a low $5 for an opportunity to win later this year.

The playhouse’s space-themed design, which features an operable Dutch-style spaceship door, a detachable slide, a flat screen TV and gaming system and gaming chairs, appeals to children and adults alike. The playhouse is also a modular design to make transporting and installation more owner-friendly.

The Mission Control team, led by Dave Barnhart, division president, Homebuilding Division, includes Danny Signorelli, CEO; Ramiro Gonzalez, vice president of sales, Homebuilding Division; Kris Moreno, director of construction, Homebuilding Division; Kristen Rinewalt, purchasing manager, Homebuilding Division; Siedah Chaney, purchasing coordinator, Homebuilding Division; Sandra Ferguson, marketing director, the Signorelli Company; Angelina Naspretto, marketing manager, Homebuilding Division; and Codi Bishop, junior graphic designer, Homebuilding Division.


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“On behalf of the entire First America Homes and Signorelli Company team, we are truly honored to have been selected as the builder lead for Project Playhouse this year,” said Dave Barnhart. “We are excited about this year’s space-themed design!”

Funds raised through raffle ticket sales and sponsorships will go toward HomeAid’s mission ‘to build new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.’

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A writer and a photographer, Terry Swenson is GHBA's Director of Public Relations. She is also the founder of the PictureThis Project, which puts cameras in the hands of Houston's homeless and allows them to share their story, through their lens.

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