Volvo Rents and comics Jerry Carroll, Julie Scroggins and Larry Weaver will present an evening of comedy in Bryan-College Station, Friday, Oct. 2, at Wolf Pen Creek.

Avery Walker’s locally-owed Volvo Rents store has teamed up with Habitat for Humanity for a show recognizing their 20th Anniversary Home. “We are happy to support Habitat for Humanity’s efforts to build houses and hope,” said Avery Walker, owner of Volvo Rents in Bryan-College Station, Texas. “We need events like this to continue to show contractors and the community that we care.”

The event will feature music by the Texas Twister, and will cost $10 per person or $30 for a family of four in advance ($12 per person and $40 for a family of four at the gate).

Bryan-College Station Habitat for Humanity is celebrating 20 years of building homes and hope in the Bryan-College-Station community. 170 families, including 453 children, are now living in safe, decent, affordable homes that they, together with Habitat, helped build.

In honor of the anniversary, BCS Habitat is building a 20th Anniversary house for a local family that is ready to start working on their new home. The show will be benefiting Bryan-College Station Habitat for Humanity’s 20th Anniversary Home.

Volvo Rents is based in Asheville, N.C.