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Rice County Habitat for Humanity
Virtual Coffee Break
The Go To Crew had to bring their own coffee but we did a virtual coffee break on Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m.  It was good to see the crew and that they weren't going too stir crazy at home.  We'll see if Bill Nelson gets his house painted and how many more miles Dave Wolf will put on his bike in the next couple of weeks?

What's the rest of the Go To Crew doing?  Read about them below:
Larry Narhi or Larry 2
Larry Bryan or Larry 4
Bill Carlson
Bill Nelson or Bill also
Dale Kelm
Dave Wolf
Jerry Kipp
Keith Wassmund
Jon Burban
LeRoy Weaver
Our Partner Families Sheltering in Place

The Weaver family is having a chance to enjoy their backyard!  Hopefully more nice weather is on the way!
IBEW helps Habitat AGAIN!
IBEW has been a long time partner with Rice County Habitat for Humantiy.  We are so grateful for their partnership.  IBEW - you DO make lives brighter!  Thank you!
A Sweet Thank You
Raise your voice now to tell Congress to act for housing stability and support for nonprofits.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, more than 18 million families in the U.S. were already paying half or more of their income on housing. Now, with more than 20 million Americans filing for unemployment, the situation is likely much worse. Families are facing additional economic hardship from lost wages or layoffs and are now confronted with impossible choices between trying to pay their rent or mortgage and life’s other essentials. The CARES Act included some measures to provide economic relief for families and businesses, but Congress needs to go further to support families struggling to afford life’s essentials and nonprofits like Habitat for Humanity that serve our communities. Please email your members of Congress to urge them to continue prioritizing the needs of low-income families and the organizations that work hard to serve them. 

Please use this LINK to email your representatives!
Progress at 312 22nd Street, Faribault
The house at 312 22nd Street is coming along nicely, thanks to our subs:  Kleese Construction, Better Air and Welch Plumbing!  You can see the progress HERE.
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