Noblesville woman sews furnishings ag...

Noblesville woman sews furnishings again for 'Extreme Makeover'

There are 3 comments on the The Noblesville Ledger story from Oct 30, 2009, titled Noblesville woman sews furnishings again for 'Extreme Makeover'. In it, The Noblesville Ledger reports that:

Nancy Martz got the curtain call from Hollywood, again. The Noblesville seamstress, who made window treatments for ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" in Indianapolis in April, was invited to do it again for the show's newest home, which was built over the weekend and unveiled Tuesday near Kokomo, Ind.

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#1 Oct 31, 2009
It's all GLUTTONY!!! And NO I'm not a HATER!!! I am a REALIST and that was too over the top!!! No one around here lives in a house like that and it looks out of place and they will never be able to afford the utilities and property taxes. Of course they probably got a 10 abatement or something and the taxpayers will have to pick that up like we did the cost of running the Maconaquah buses to and fro hauling all the gawkers. They couldn't afford to take car care of the house they had what makes you think they are going to be able to afford to take care of this one?

I find it ironic that all those people that are bragging everywhere about "Volunteering" to help build that house sure weren't ANYWHERE around while these people were living in a CAMPER in the yard!!
And another thing...If this family is so proud of how much they do for others with raising money..why don't they auction the house and donate the proceeds minus what it would cost to build or buy a MODEST home? That would be the RIGHT thing to do. It's funny too how that certain female DJ on that radio station in KOKOMO sure barged her way right into the middle of everything like if it weren't for her this makeover would not have happened. It was obvious and embarrassing. "Her little Friends" whatever...

Why don't ALL of you that volunteered to get on TV do something to help all of the people that are homeless and struggling in KOKOMO because they have lost their jobs or their homes? Is it cause you wont get on TV for doing that huh? Pathetic.

Kokomo, IN

#2 Nov 2, 2009
I must admit when my wife and I saw the pictures of the house, we were both shocked at the size and frankly it looks weird. I am a builder and I have done some charity work for churches and individuals but I didn't see the sense in building what they built. I just hope a pray that they can afford to maintain the property and pay for the utilities.

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#3 Nov 2, 2009
people will do anything just to be on tv.Its stupid

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