Habitat house taking shape, thanks to help

The Central Peninsula Habitat for Humanity 2011 home is currently being built. We still have a long way to go but we couldn't wait to thank the businesses who have donated or discounted labor and materials to date. Toad Excavating for digging the hole; ICE (Independent Concrete Enterprises) for the concrete work; Promise Land Plumbing for donating all the plumbing; S and R Enterprises for donating the port-a-potty; Tony Doyle for donating the architectural drawings; TDS (Tom Segerman and crew) for donating time to do the entire roof; and last, but certainly not least, Spenard Builders Supply, Kenai, for their continued help and support every step of the way! Thank you very much for getting us off to an excellent start. If you would like to contribute to this worthwhile project please call Sharon at 907-262-7534.

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