K'Hairi looks down the street in front of his new home with West Point, Ga. Mayor Steve Tramell, who worked every day for two weeks on the June 2017 build for K'Hairi and his mother, Carla Ross.
An excited K'Hairi on day one of the two-week build for his new home.
It was hard for Carla Ross to find enough work for K'Hairi to do on the heavy-lifting first day of the build, but he insisted on being involved.
From left: Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project volunteer and homeowner partner Robin Pierre, new homeowner partner Carla Ross, and CFCP Executive Director Kim Roberts on day one of the build.
Carla and K'Hairi's new home in West Point, Ga.
West Point Mayor Steve Tramell with Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project Executive Director Kim Roberts. The mayor worked every day of the two-week build.
Army veteran Carla Ross proudly flies the American flag outside her new home.
K'Hairi and Carla Ross at their new home in West Point, Ga.
K'Hairi is proud of his room.
Eight-year-old K'Hairi with his best friend, "Blacky."
K'Hairi has his own watermelon patch in the backyard of his new home.
Schoolmates from across the street drop by to visit K'Hairi.
Homeowner/volunteer Robin Pierre (left) with Carla Ross, K'Hairi, and Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project Executive Director Kim Roberts.
K'Hairi stays upbeat and optimistic even on the regular trips to the hospital to treat his sickle-cell anemia.
Minnesotans Charlie Thell (left) and Tim DuBois led the two-week build for Army veteran Carla Ross and K'Hairi.