Ten-month-old Zeph Nehila draws the winning ticket from a hatbox held by his father, Timeless Interiors general manager Joe Nehila, during a drawing Jan. 31, 2014, to donate a 1,500-square-foot office makeover to one of 15 area charities. Holding Zeph is his grandmother, Timeless Interiors owner Holly Dixon. The winning charity was Family Promise, which shelters homeless families.
Ten-month-old Zeph Nehila draws the winning ticket from a hatbox held by his father, Timeless Interiors general manager Joe Nehila, during a drawing Jan. 31, 2014, to donate a 1,500-square-foot office makeover to one of 15 area charities. Holding Zeph is his grandmother, Timeless Interiors owner Holly Dixon. The winning charity was Family Promise, which shelters homeless families. Jay Karr
Ten-month-old Zeph Nehila draws the winning ticket from a hatbox held by his father, Timeless Interiors general manager Joe Nehila, during a drawing Jan. 31, 2014, to donate a 1,500-square-foot office makeover to one of 15 area charities. Holding Zeph is his grandmother, Timeless Interiors owner Holly Dixon. The winning charity was Family Promise, which shelters homeless families. Jay Karr

Beaufort County charity that shelters homeless wins makeover

January 31, 2014 07:35 PM

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