If you heard about the Extreme Home Makeover show filming in Hawaii with Ty Pennington this past week, and can't wait to see what the finished house looks like before it airs on the next television season in the fall, we have got the links for you!
Momi Akana is the lucky and deserving person who was whisked away with her family on a vacation in Canada, while thousands of volunteers worked day and night to finish her new home, and a new building for her non profit group that she started, called Keiki O Ka Aina, the Hawaiian translation for Children of the Land. Momi Akana's organization has assisted thousands of people with building stronger families through family education and activities.
What is different than other Extreme Home Makeover shows in the past, is that Momi Akana being the "akamai" or smart person that she is, plans to use her old house as a transitional house for women coming out of prison.
See videos of Momi Akana's new Hawaii home from the outside front view after the bus is moved, along with the hundreds of fans who waited in the rain to see the big reveal and experience this moment. Also see the crew and volunteers work through the day and night.
Momi Akana had her dream come true, but everyone knows that Momi will continue to "imua" or go forward and help many other families achieve their dreams.
See our earlier related post on Extreme Home Makeover in Hawaii.