Habitat for Humanity speaks to Colonial Capital Kiwanis

The Kiwanis Club of Colonial Capital recently heard a program from Habitat for Humanity presented by Mark Hennaman, who is the Director of ReStore Marketing and Community Relations. ReStore accepts donations of furniture, appliances, and other household items that can be sold to raise funds for building affordable houses. Mr. Hennaman said that the local ReStore was opened in 2003 and is now the primary source of funds for the local Habitat. Pictured above from left are Club Member Pete Lavault, Hennaman and Club President Larry Shoberg.

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