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Habitat for Humanity Gets Assist from Supermarket

Rain is great for the reservoirs and to help end the drought, but it is not a big help when it comes to building houses. Nevada County Habitat for Humanity says that’s where workers at Safeway came in. Associate Director Lorraine Larson says a group of volunteers came out on December sixth on a rainy day, but ahead of the big storm that was coming, and spent several hours hammering….

Listen to Lorraine Larson 1

Larson says that’s not all when it came to helping out. The company also donated money…

Listen to Lorraine Larson 2

The homes are in the Heritage Oaks development. Larson says they are building 16 homes there, and the homes the volunteers worked on are numbers nine and ten in the development.

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