PGA Tour wives give back with Habitat for Humanity paint help

Emily Summerhays, left, wife of PGA Tour player Daniel Summerhays, Candice Flores, wife of PGA Tour player Martin Flores, and PGA Tour player Boo Weekley paint a living room wall Wednesday in a Habitat for Humanity house nearing completion in the Stevens Creek subdivision of Clearwater. The PGA Tour Wives Association members are in town this week for the Valspar Championship, which starts today at Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor. Valspar has provided thousands of gallons of paint for Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County. JIM DAMASKE   |   Times
Emily Summerhays, left, wife of PGA Tour player Daniel Summerhays, Candice Flores, wife of PGA Tour player Martin Flores, and PGA Tour player Boo Weekley paint a living room wall Wednesday in a Habitat for Humanity house nearing completion in the Stevens Creek subdivision of Clearwater. The PGA Tour Wives Association members are in town this week for the Valspar Championship, which starts today at Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor. Valspar has provided thousands of gallons of paint for Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County.JIM DAMASKE | Times
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The PGA Tour Wives Association members, in town for the Valspar Championship golf tournament at the Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, are helping Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County.

Valspar, the tournament's sponsor, has provided 13,000 gallons of paint for 200 Pinellas County Habitat homes over the years.

The wives and some of the players gathered Wednesday to paint some walls in two of the houses that are nearing completion in the Stevens Creek subdivision in Clearwater. The subdivision was once the site of a blighted public housing project called Homer Villas, which was torn down in 2008.

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