Reach Out Morongo Basin
“In the Spotlight: Home Sweet Homestead”
Twentynine Palms, CA: Home Sweet Homestead, the first of two offerings in Twentynine Palms, is the home of Bridget and Chuck Wilcox. Built in 1951, the classic block home has been transformed into a ranch-style desert abode that will be sure to delight. With its original steel frame windows, visitors will be drawn to the desert vistas to the north and the patio and garden to the rear. With repurposed vintage goods used as furnishings and a vintage trailer ‘guest house’ in the rear, Home Sweet Homestead evokes its name.
Tickets are currently on sale for Reach Out Morongo Basin’s 15th Annual Parade of Homes. For the first time, tickets are available to purchase online. Along with online purchases, those interested in attending the self-guided home tour can purchase tickets at the Twentynine Palm Chamber of Commerce, the Yucca Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Z107.7FM Radio Station, the Desert Trail office, Cowboy Attic, Park Rock Café, and ArtFX & Furnishings. Tickets are also available at the Reach Out Morongo Basin offices in Twentynine Palms and Yucca Valley and at every home on the day of the tour.
For more information, please call (760) 361-1410, email email@example.com, or visit Reach Out Morongo Basin’s website at www.reachoutmb.org. See you on the tour!
Reach Out Morongo Basin is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in the Morongo Basin. The purpose of the organization is to network with area congregations and partner with local agencies to provide support, assistance, education, and referral services to people with needs in the Morongo Basin. For two decades, Reach Out Morongo Basin has been providing services such as transportation to medical appointments, yard work, minor home repairs, and more to those in the Morongo Basin who are seniors and/or disabled – some of whom are veterans.