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Habitat home close to lock-up stage

Semi-retired fire/flood restorer Paul Cohen (left) and retired electrician Louis Zabot work on the Habitat for Humanity Cranbrook Project. - Submitted
Semi-retired fire/flood restorer Paul Cohen (left) and retired electrician Louis Zabot work on the Habitat for Humanity Cranbrook Project.
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For the Townsman

The Habitat for Humanity Cranbrook Project house is almost at the lock-up stage.

Windows have been installed and volunteers were busy preparing the building for siding.

Justin Jacob from High Point Plumbing and Heating Ltd. was also working on site installing the plumbing.

Work on the interior of the building will begin next week with insulation and drywall work.

Thanks to all of the local and corporate sponsors that have helped this project reach this stage.

If you would like to contribute in any way to the Cranbrook Project please email hfhwkcp@gmail.com or go to the website at www.habitatwk.ca under Cranbrook Project.

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