Habitat holds groundbreaking, volunteers needed

Humboldt Mayor Dan Scholl (left) and State Representative Mike Sexton are shown with the Tracy Monson family following a groundbreaking ceremony for a new Twin Rivers Habitat for Humanity Home being built near the Humboldt Family Aquatic Center. The Monson family will be purchasing the home. Humboldt Independent photo.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Sunday afternoon for a family who will have a new home later this summer or early fall.
Twin Rivers Habitat for Humanity is building a home at 211 1st Avenue South in Humboldt (southeast of the Humboldt Family Aquatic Center). The homeowner will be Tracy Monson and her family.
Howard Hartman, Executive Director of Twin Rivers Habitat for Humanity introduced Tracy and her children, Colton, Karson and MaKinley. He also introduced several people in attendance including State Representative Mike Sexton, Humboldt Mayor Dan Scholl as well as several board members of Twin Rivers Habitat for Humanity.
Following the groundbreaking ceremony, there was a fundraiser pasta dinner served at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church.
For more information on how to volunteer to help build the house, people can contact the ReStore at (515) 576-4316, or visit their website: www.twinrivershabitat.org. The Restore is located at 118 North 12th Street in Fort Dodge. For more details about the build read this week's Humboldt Independent. Subscribe to see all the latest news, sports, community and society items, photos, advertisements, and much more. Click on the link at the top of the page to find out how.

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