On May 31, 2016

Castleton University Habitat for Humanity Club makes donation

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Pictured are Kayla Zsido, club vice president; Chris Heintz, affiliate president; Kelly Mills, former club president; Mollie Johnson, club president.

CASTLETON—The Habitat for Humanity Club of Castleton University recently donated $750 to the Habitat for Humanity of Rutland County affiliate. With 25 active members, the club works year round on Habitat sites both in Vermont and in other states. “We work hard to raise funds to support our work,” said Mollie Johnson, club president. “We wanted to show our support for the Rutland Habitat in a really meaningful way.”

Habitat for Humanity of Rutland County is currently rehabilitating a house at 30 West Street in Fair Haven. “We hope to dedicate the house and have a family living there by the end of summer,” said Chris Heintz, president of the Rutland Affiliate.

For more information visit www.rutlandhabitat.com.

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