The Hard Hat Honeys made another appearance on behalf of Habitat for Humanity and assisted with some final completion tasks at the home on Edward Street in Winona. Today's team: Julie Haedtke, Shelly Cierzan, Pam Ciszak, Cindy Kottke, Mary Johnson, Casie Johnson and Nicole Sawyer tackled painting, flooring materials and trim varnishing. Congratulations to all who have participated with hands-on building, as well as behind the scenes by providing snacks, lunches and relief to our work crews. When called upon to help, the college team has always been ready and willing to fly into action.
The good work continues - The Habitat program is currently seeking applications from prospective homeowners who would like to see their dream of homeownership come true. They would love to hear from families in need. If you, or someone you know, is interested, learn how you may qualify for this program, at www.habitatwinona.org or contact the habitat office 457-0003. Betsey Woodward, retired nursing faculty and tutor in the Learning Resource Center on the Winona campus would be happy to help you with your application. Contact Betsey at 454-4481.