Bidding on Habitat playhouse ends Monday

A newly constructed playhouse sits on display on the first floor of the Truman Building as workers head for the doors to begin the weekend at the close of business on Friday.

A newly constructed playhouse sits on display on the first floor of the Truman Building as workers head for the doors to begin the weekend at the close of business on Friday. Photo by Kris Wilson.

A playhouse is being sold through the Missouri State Employee Charitable Campaign to benefit River City Habitat for Humanity.

Volunteers constructed the playhouse, which is available for bid in a silent auction through the campaign.

The playhouse is on display on the first floor of the Truman Building now through Monday; bidding closes at 4 p.m. Monday.

Bids may be submitted online at msecc.mo.gov/auction.php.

The current highest bid is $575, although the playhouse is worth $1,500.

The Missouri State Employee Charitable Campaign is an annual fundraiser that provides state employees the opportunity to make donations to various charitable organizations.

“We value our partnership with state employees, and we value our role in the state capital to build a better community,” said Kelly Smith, executive director of River City Habitat for Humanity.

For more information about River City Habitat for Humanity and its work in the Jefferson City area, visit rivercityhabitat.org.

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