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Habitat for Humanity completes 19th home

Central Peninsula Habitat for Humanity has just completed the 19th home in the central peninsula area. Nineteen families who at one time were living in unhealthy and/or unsafe conditions have accepted the partnership with Habitat, participated in home-building by working 500 hours on site, and have accepted the long-term responsibility of buying a home. Nineteen families are safer, healthier, and happier than before the partnership.
A home for the holidays

...touches and a final inspection, will soon be hers and the hope is that she will receive the keys before the holidays. Sharon Radtke, executive director of Central Peninsula Habitat for Humanity, said the building process began in June on one of five...
Around the Peninsula

...cabinets, paint, deck stain, sink, tub, stove and other items will be for sale. For more information, e-mail Sharon Radtke at River festival goes with the flow The annual Kenai River Festival will be held from 11...
Photo feature: Habitat house takes shape

...the four-bedroom home they expect to see finished late this fall. People interested in volunteering can contact Sharon Radtke at 283-7797. "We have all kinds of volunteers, at all levels," Radtke said. "There's always something to...
Home for the holidays: Family has a new house thanks to Habitat for Humanity

...I've received is unbelievable," Fleming said. "I've never seen human hearts reach out like this." According to Sharon Radtke, this is the 16th house the Central Peninsula Habitat for Humanity has completed. Habitat is an international, non-profit...
Habitat thanks community art buyers

Last week-end Jay and Connie Golz opened their garage to a huge selection of original art with all proceeds going to our local Habitat. A big thank you to all who enjoyed the art and made purchases. The two-day eventwas a huge success.
Thank you to Art for Humanity supporters

Thank you to many community members who generously donated to Art for Humanity during the month-long art show at Kaladi's on Kobuk. The month was very profitable; Central Peninsula Habitat is thankful to all of you for your support of our current build.
Habitat says thanks for contributions

Central Peninsula Habitat for Humanity sends a very big thank you to all of the community-minded folks who purchased art at the Kaladi's on Kobuk August Art Show. Jay and Connie Golz, the artists, dedicated one-hundred percent of money to Central Peninsula Habitat for Humanity. Your money helps to build safe, affordable homes for families in need. Thank you artists and community members.
Habitat For Humanity says thank you

Central Peninsula Habitat has recently completed its 17th home in the Kenai/Soldotna area. We would like to extend a big thank you to many community members who have made our success possible. Thanks to the professionals who donated time and/or products: Dan Pankowski and the ICE Crew; Tom Seggerman and the TDS Crew; Brown's Lighting; Promise Land Plumbing; Rug Bones; Tony Doyle; Norma Forbes.
Work on 17th Habitat for Humanity house under way

...organization until she's paid off the rest of the cost. Central Peninsula Habitat for Humanity's Executive Director Sharon Radtke said each family that receives a house doesn't have to do all the work on their own to get their sweat equity hours...


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