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Habitat for Humanity Holds Information Meeting

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Habitat for Humanity is known for all the help they provide to those in need. The Great Fall chapter is no exception as they are currently in the process of selecting another local family to build a home for. To do this, they held a informational meeting for members of the community who are looking to become part of the Habitat for Humanity and become one of the candidates for a new volunteer built home.

For families who are awarded a house, they still have a small price to pay both financially and through community service.

"So what we're doing is giving people an opportunity to learn about the habitat home selection process, hand out applications, answer their questions and get families for the next build process which will start next year," explains Tracy Heggem, Chair member of the Selection Committee.

In order to become one of the candidates, you would have had to be present at a Habitat for Humanity informational meeting. But if you were not, their staff highly encourage folks interested to join their meeting in spring, and to also be aware that there is no limit to the amount of meetings you can attend.

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