2011-03-03 / Business

NEW LOCATION FOR HABITAT FOR HUMANITY



The Roscommon County Habitat for Humanity Affiliate and ReStore staff, (from left) Mary Flett, Dustin Folcher, Misty Klatt, Dale Folcher, and Debbie Sandera stand outside of the new Habitat for Humanity affiliate office and ReStore. The office and ReStore recently moved from the Glen’s Market plaza to 1861 W. Houghton Lake Drive in Prudenville after purchasing the new building in January. Executive Director Misty Klatt said the new location’s ReStore hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday and Saturday’s hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The ReStore will be closed on Tuesdays. “We are very excited about Habitat having a home of their own,” Klatt said. She added there will be a public grand opening in April. (Photo by Krista Tacey) The Roscommon County Habitat for Humanity Affiliate and ReStore staff, (from left) Mary Flett, Dustin Folcher, Misty Klatt, Dale Folcher, and Debbie Sandera stand outside of the new Habitat for Humanity affiliate office and ReStore. The office and ReStore recently moved from the Glen’s Market plaza to 1861 W. Houghton Lake Drive in Prudenville after purchasing the new building in January. Executive Director Misty Klatt said the new location’s ReStore hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday and Saturday’s hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The ReStore will be closed on Tuesdays. “We are very excited about Habitat having a home of their own,” Klatt said. She added there will be a public grand opening in April. (Photo by Krista Tacey)

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