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Alvin Phillips, executive director of Habit for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley, explained the agency’s mission and procedures at Wednesday’s regular Belpre Rotary Club meeting. Habitat for Humanity is an international Christian ministry that believes everyone deserves simple, decent and affordable housing. The agency is working to eliminate inadequate housing in Wood and Washington counties. Phillips described ways to get involved, including helping locate buildable property, volunteering for a building project, providing lunches for volunteers, shopping or donating to ReStore, and donating. cash donations. Left to right, Rotarians Rod Padgitt of Warren Local Schools, Jessica Walters of Community Bank, Aimee Seabolt of Peoples Bank, Phillips and Pat Hines, retirees. (Photo provided)

BELPRE — Alvin Phillips, executive director of Habit for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley, explained the agency’s mission and procedures at Wednesday’s regular meeting of the Belpre Rotary Club. Habitat for Humanity is an international Christian ministry that believes everyone deserves simple, decent and affordable housing. The agency is working to eliminate inadequate housing in Wood and Washington counties. Phillips described ways to get involved, including helping locate buildable property, volunteering for a building project, providing lunches for volunteers, shopping or donating to ReStore, and donating. cash donations. Left to right, Rotarians Rod Padgitt of Warren Local Schools, Jessica Walters of Community Bank, Aimee Seabolt of Peoples Bank, Phillips and Pat Hines, retirees. (Photo provided)




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