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Habitat For Humanity breaks ground on new home

Habitat for Humanity Niagara kicked off a new home build in Grimsby last month.

With a $75,000 donation from John Deere Foundation and $10,000 committed from Grimsby Rotary @ Noon, HHN will need to fundraise $135,000 for the project.

Habitat officials thanked Mayor Bob Bentley for connecting them with David Engel of Dorchester Homes who, together with his mother Vera Engel Ricer, made a major donation in memory of Vera’s husband, Sam Ricer of Ricenberg Developments.

Local groups and businesses can sign up to help – 6-8 can sign up to work for a day.

Call 905-359-3501 for info.


Town, John Deere, Rotary @ Noon and Habitat for Humanity Niagara officials helped break ground on the new build.

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