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Habitat Warehouse Sale
Tuesday, February 10, 2009 • Posted February 10, 2009

Are you ready to do some home improvements around your home or hunting cabin?? Do you have a shed, garage or barn you have been meaning to clear out of building material clutter?? Mason County Habitat for Humanity is here to help!

The local Habitat affiliate is getting ready for the giant home improvement sale of the year! The first ever ‘Warehouse Sale’ will be held Saturday, February 21st from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Items already accumulated include vintage doors and screendoors, brand new doors (including some unique, one of a kind!), bi-fold and storm doors, windows, bathroom vanities, toilets and fixtures, sinks for bath and kitchen (some custom!), interior and exterior paints of all colors, ceiling fans, light fixtures, built in oven (with microwave!), assorted cabinets and vintage beadboard cabinet doors (with historic provenance, be sure to ask us!), a near-new double garage door w/ hardware, as well as an assortment of plumbing, electrical and hardware fittings, too numerous to list!

We are also continuing to accept any items for home improvement that are in good, useable condition. A ‘Donate Day’ will be held on Saturday, February 14th from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. for those wishing to drop off their contributions. The Warehouse location (for drop-off and Sale) is at 304 Ft McKavitt, just off the Square, directly across from the Nu-Way Convenience Store. For more information, contact the Habitat office at 325-347-9591 and remember, as a 501(c)3 non-profit, all donations are tax deductible!

So, mark your calendars for the next two Saturdays (Feb 14 & Feb 21), to donate anything useable in home improvements and then to browse the Sale, as the local affiliate continues the tradition of creating houses...built by hearts!

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