I'm a firm believer that whatever you put out into the world comes back to you. People are like magnets, if you put out good energy, you will attract good energy. So, I love reading heartwarming stories of people dedicating their lives to help those around them. A local couple has converted an old farmhouse for a great cause.

Mike and Roseann Bills have turned a 138 year-old farmhouse in Williamston into a home for individuals with disabilities. The farmhouse is called Certain League Farms and residents, if able and willing, will plant vegetables and take care of the animals on the farm.

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Mike Bills told FOX 47 that they named the farmhouse after a disabled stallion who came to them for rehabilitation.

He had a broken neck, and he was going to be euthanized. He was given to us to repurpose and to rehabilitate. He has been our inspiration. So sometimes you have things that others may perceive as broken, we perceived as being valuable

Twenty-six year old Zachary Hodge has Autism and has been helping out at Certain League Farms. His mother, Catherine, told FOX 47 that he loves visiting the farm and plans on moving to the farmhouse permanently.

He is very satisfied at the end of the day. He just enjoys the work. He's learning quickly the things that he needs to know how to do. It's a good fit.

If you would like more information on the farmhouse, you can visit Certain League Farms website.

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