Habitat home in Luverne taking shape
Rock County Red Arrow among local donors to Habitat organization
Lori Ehde photo
Volunteer laborers continue to work on the Habitat for Humanity house on East Bishop Street in Luverne. Pictured working on the house last week are Lowell and Shirley Harrison, Luverne (right), Ken and Donna Larson (center), Princeton, and Jake Newell (far left), Emporia, Kan. They are part of a larger group of RV Care-A-Vanners, who travel the country in motor homes volunteering their labor to work on Habitat Homes in communities where their help is needed.
The Habitat for Humanity home on East Bishop Street in Luverne is starting to take shape now that the basement is poured and walls are framed in. Workers and volunteers broke ground in May … More »
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