Members of Madison Cares admire a finished Build III before the dedication ceremony on June 11.
Madison Cares Build III is Rosette Street in the Hill neighborhood of New Haven.
It is the home of Frankie and Walter Bryant and their six children.
The house is on the corner of Rosette and Arthur streets, and is an “anchor” on one end of The Rosette Street Project, a series of five contiguous Habitat for Humanity homes making up the entire 100 block of Rosette Street. Four were dedicated on June 11.
Other major sponsors of The Rosette Street Project include the Knights of Columbus, Health Net of the Northeast, the NewAlliance Foundation, the Habitat Bicycle Challenge, and the Connecticut Building Congress. Construction is currently under way on four of the five planned homes.
The Rosette Street Project as
of February: Madison Cares Build III is to the right.
A crew from Starbucks volunteered to work on Build III. This photo was taken in February 2007.
Sponsors posed with the family in the new home’s living room on dedication day.
The Bryant family and Madison Cares representatives at the May 2006 groundbreaking at Rosette St.