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BOYLE COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - A celebrity wants to demolish his Boyle County home, but before he does, he wants to donate everything inside.
Everything from the doors, framing, floors and the kitchen sink from radio personality Rick Dees' house will got Habitat For Humanity.
Dees says he loves working with Habitat For Humanity and say its services are second to none.
Habitat For Humanity officials say they're happy to have what would have otherwise been thrown away.
"The wide plank the flooring is amazing," says Jim Kreiner, Restore Director for Habitat For Humanity. "The fireplace is great, popular this time of year. There is really good energy efficient windows as well."
The items will be taken to the Habitat For Humanity Restore. They'll be resold at 50 percent off the new value. All proceeds go to Habitat For Humanity.
Several students came from the University Of Maryland to help with the project.
Habitat For Humanity officials say they can use leftover parts if you're remodeling your home.
All you have to do is contact Habitat For Humanity and they will come pick it up.