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Habitat work will begin Saturday

August 4, 2011

Home’s foundation ready. (Photo by Eric Mann)

    Officials of Habitat for Humanity of Adams County have announced that the first work day for volunteers at the next Habitat house project, in Geneva, will be held this Saturday.
    The site is located at Washington and Pyle Sts., two blocks north of the downtown fire station and one block from US 27.
    The work day will start at 8 a.m. and lunch will be provided by the Habitat organization.
    The parents and two sons who will live in home will also help build it.
    Anyone with questions may call Habitat president Dan Claghorn at the First Bank of Berne office on S. 13th St.: 728-2727.

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