Habitat for Humanity held their annual Paul L. Callhan dinner and auction Friday evening.
It was the 20th year of the event that helps to raise funds for the projects that Habitat for Humanity does throughout the year.
This year's funds will go toward purchasing property to build on for families that have been approved by the program.
Members from the community, along with the Marietta High School volleyball team and Marietta College fraternity Delta Tau Delta, were there to help out with the good cause.
There were about 300 people in attendance.
Thanks to this event and others, the Habitat for Humanity is responsible for building over 100 homes in Washington and Wood Counties over the past 30 years.