Program helps working families with home maintenance
Sunday, September 30, 2012
When River City Habitat for Humanity volunteers poured the finishing cap onto the aging retaining wall, Debbie Hall’s kindergarten-aged son wrote his name in the wet concrete.
Fifteen years later, Hall's home on Walsh Street, sponsored by First Presbyterian Church, remains in great condition, but the retaining wall is crumbling, leaning and soon to be a hazard. That made her the perfect pilot project for the local Habitat chapter’s new program, A Brush With Kindness, which begins a two-week fundraising campaign Monday.
Many working families on low or fixed incomes who own their own homes may have ....
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