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Lowe's to hold 'how-to' clinic for women Monday

April 18, 2013

Women volunteering with Habitat for Humanity of Washington County during the sixth annual National Women Build Week can get a head start on learning  construction skills and tips. 

Lowe’s at Shank Farm Way will host a free “how-to” clinic for women in preparation of National Women Build Week, an initiative of Habitat’s Women Build program developed in partnership with Lowe’s.

Habitat’s Women Build program empowers women to get involved with Habitat’s mission to help families in need of affordable housing. 

The clinic will take place at Lowe’s across from Longmeadow Shopping Center on Monday at noon.   

The clinic, called How to Finish Interior with Paint and Trim is free and women can sign up to attend by contacting Program Director Jessica Scott at Habitat for Humanity of Washington County at 301-791-9009.

The clinic is limited to 25.

Habitat for Humanity is a volunteer based, donation driven organization that seeks to eliminate poverty housing by providing safe and simple, decent and affordable housing for low-income partner families in need.

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Partner families work on their own house as well as the houses of others putting in sweat equity.

They buy their house from Habitat through a no-interest, no-profit mortgage.

Habitat is participating in the upcoming Community Foundation of Washington County’s Day of Giving at WashingtonCountyGives.org.
 

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