The Sentry Management Ocala office is a sponsor of the 5th Annual Habitat Strawberry Festival, hosted by the Habitat for Humanity of Marion County this year.
The event takes place in the first week of March every year and is one of the biggest festivals in the county. The event will feature live music, entertainment, local vendors, food, kid zones, thrill rides, bounce houses, a BMX show, and of course, strawberries.
All of the proceeds from the event will go towards the construction of a new home for a qualifying family who were living in substandard conditions, or who cannot qualify for traditional lending.
“Sentry is proud to support Habitat for Humanity’s mission to strengthen communities, build hope, and provide dignified housing solutions in Marion County,” Wendy Thrower, Ocala Division Manager said.
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