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Habitat home making progress thanks to volunteers

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Megan Waymire, Re/max Peak to Peak, Tim Myers, Re/max Peak to Peak, Tina Woodcock, Loan Officer, GFF Mortgage, and Wendy Bourn, Board of Realtors. Not Shown Deb Brynoff, Board of Realtors, and Monica Anderson, RE/MAX Peak to Peak.

HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS — Habitat for Humanity of Grand County would like to give thanks to the Grand County Board of Realtors, for coming out last Wednesday to help with the new Habitat Home being built in Hot Sulphur Springs.

Soon, Maria Archuleta and her daughter and son will have a new home to call their own.

The house was started in early August, and despite having to work around sub-contractors who are extremely busy, there has been more progress on the house than expected.

“We have a good group of volunteers, some seasoned veterans, and some new enthusiastic volunteers, but we can always use more so check our web site to see about volunteering,” said Jodi Griesch, director of Grand County Habitat for Humanity.

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