Volunteers to help out Habitat for Humanity Saturday

By The Tri-City HeraldApril 4, 2014 

Volunteers from Washington State University and Sherwin-Williams will be in West Richland and Pasco Saturday working on Habitat for Humanity homes.

The work will include painting and home repairs.

The nonprofit Habitat for Humanity Tri-Cities helps low-income families build homes and also helps qualifying elderly or disabled residents, veterans and single parent households with home repairs.

-- Online: www.habitatbuilds.com.

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