Peru Fuller Center leader Zenon Colque and President Jimmy Carter share a laugh before the dinner.
Shellie Johnson arranges nametags for dinner with the Carters.
Sneilla Snell at the merchandise table before the Carter dinner.
Sara and Jeff Cardwell.
Some of those who attended the Sunday School class taught by former President Jimmy Carter at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains pose for a group photo after services.
Fuller Center graphic artist Richard Aguirre.
Board member Todd Sloan and the National Retail Hardware Association's Scott Wright.
Former President Jimmy Carter arrives at the dinner in Plains.
Fuller Center President David Snell speaks with Maggie Chrisman.
Joan and Hub Erickson speak with President Jimmy Carter.
Fuller Center Faith Builders director Ronnie McBrayer meets President Jimmy Carter as board member Bob Abel and Cindy McBrayer look on.
Bob Abel, Ronnie and Cindy McBrayer with President Jimmy Carter.
President Jimmy Carter meets Shellie Johnson.
Board member June Ewing and husband David.
Fuller Center President David Snell.
Linda Fuller Degelmann
FCH Central Indiana president ChuckVogt is all smiles after visiting the dessert table.
Faith Builders director Ronnie McBrayer is introduced by Linda Fuller Degelmann.
Chairman of the Board LeRoy Troyer.
Fuller Center co-founder Linda Fuller Degelmann holds a copy of Millard Fuller's posthumously published autobiography "Beyond the American Dream," as she introduces Ronnie McBrayer, who wrote the forward for the book.
Paul Degelmann and Linda Fuller Degelmann.
President Jimmy Carter recounts how Millard Fuller roped him into the affordable housing movement and notes that he's glad he did.
President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter open gifts of Fuller Center jackets.
President Jimmy Carter notes how Millard Fuller's vision shaped The Fuller Center for Housing into the kind of movement that attracts people of all religious and political leanings for a common desire: to end poverty housing.