MEDIA ADVISORY

Habitat for Humanity of Summit County will Celebrate 2010 Groundbreaking Ceremony Who:
Habitat for Humanity of Summit County in partnership with the County of Summit Economic and Community Development and the City of Stow with help from the Hudson Coalition for Habitat will be celebrating a groundbreaking ceremony with Charles and Justine Oddo. The groundbreaking ceremony for the 2010 building season. 3909 Moreland Avenue in Stow, just north of Graham Road. Monday, April 12 at 3:00 p.m.

What: Where: When: Why:

- Watch as Mayor Karen Fritschel and County Executive Russ Pry pick up a
shovel and lend a hand to break ground for a new home. - Meet the homeowners Charles and Justine Oddo along with their daughters Emma(3) and Gracie(1). -Learn more about EnergyStar® and visitability standards that will be used on the new home.
-Talk with Habitat staff, volunteers, homeowners and supporters.

-Celebrate with Habitat for Humanity of Summit County as they build their 146th home.

About Habitat for Humanity of Summit County Habitat for Humanity of Summit County, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry, works in partnership with people in need to improve the condition in which they live. Habitat challenges people of compassion to provide the initial capital ± through gifts and nointerest loans ± to build simple, decent homes with the inadequately sheltered. For information about Habitat for Humanity of Summit County, call 330-745-7734 or visit www.hfhsummitcounty.org.

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