Non-Profit organization S.H.P makes presentation to council
The Mountain Home City Council met on Dec. 27. Councilman Matt Bundy was not in attendance but joined via conference call.
Mayor Rich Sykes called on Jason Greca to give a presentation on the non- profit organization, Sleep in Heavenly Peace. . Back in 2012 Idaho native Luke Mickelson started building bunk beds in his garage for children who didnít have a bed to sleep in. The first year he built 11 bunk beds in his garage and by 2017 the organization built over 600. Mickelson started a charity online complete with construction manuals and training courses. The nonprofit organization has a total of 65 chapters across the United States and have supplied over 1,500 beds to children, which ties into their motto of ďNo kid sleeps on the floor in our town."For the full story, pick up a copy of the Mountain Home News or click on this link to subscribe to the newspaper's online edition.