Habitat for Humanity Holds Open House, Art Show Sunday

What: Habitat for Humanity Shasta Cascade’s Open House and Art Show

When: Sunday (April 3), 1 to 4 p.m.

Where: 3172 West Street, City of Shasta Lake (Exit Oasis, go north on Cascade, left on Crystal)

Tour the new Habitat for Humanity Home in Shasta Lake, bid in a silent art auction and enjoy refreshments in an event to support Habitat.

Featured artists: John Martin-Streeby, Jan Scanlin, Dennis Halkides, Bob Whelchel, Stephen Woolery, Dr. Douglas McConnell, and many more. Over 40 art pieces in total will be available.

For more information, contact Andrew or Nick at 244-2203, or visit these websites: 
Thriventbuilds.com (for information about the $10.4 million Thrivent grant to build 164 Habitat for Humanity homes)
shastahabitat.org (for local Habitat information, including how to apply for a home)

Habitat for Humanity Shasta Cascade is an ecumenical Christian ministry dedicated to building affordable housing for low-income people using a self-help model. Habitat for Humanity Shasta Cascade is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International serving Shasta and Tehama Counties in Northern California.

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