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The House that Hope built is ready for sale.

Friday, volunteers for the Lily Pad Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Center set up for their big fund raising event at the Hasan Temple.

It includes dinner, music, and a silent auction.

You can also preview a house the Home Builders Association is selling in McIntosh Farms.

40-percent of the proceeds will go to the Lily Pad.

"Federal funds have declined dramatically for centers like ours and what our founders always want to know, or the folks who make grants to us, what kind of local investment do you have in this so its really exciting when we can tell them a group like homebuilders stepped up and said we think this issue is important," said Karen Kemp, Lily Pad Executive Director.

Tickets for Friday's event are $25.00

You can buy them at the door.

The house is a four bedroom brick home complete with a brick fire pit in the back.

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