We need your help in picking the winner of our 16 Curb Appeal contest.
We've narrowed it down to three finalists, and your online votes will help us determine who should win new landscaping from Linton's Enchanted Gardens.
The Stidham family in Howe, Indiana, would like a new front yard for their four children to play in. Their 11-year-old son, Dillon, was born with a rare brain disorder called "Dandy Walker syndrome." Dillon needs a lot of help to communicate and get around. His teacher, Annette Munsell, helped Dillon write a letter to nominate his parents for our Curb Appeal contest.
Our next finalist is Jordan Willsey from Mishawaka. He spent two tours in Iraq and is now a staff sergeant at Grissom Air Reserve Base. Jordan is also a JAG teacher at Goshen High School where he helps kids stay focused on graduation and their future careers. Last fall, a storm took down his flag pole. He wants to see the stars and stripes fly proudly again in his front yard.
And finally, a Mishawaka firefighter was nominated by his wife to say thanks for his service to the community. Both Nick and Shelby Kaufman were in previous relationships that ended with the loss of their loved one. They found love again and have added to their family. A new front yard will help this family celebrate new beginnings at their home in Elkhart.
You have until the end of Sunday night to vote. Next week, we'll reveal the winner.