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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK DONATES $5000.00 TO HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK DONATES $5000.00 TO HABITAT FOR HUMANITY


Janine Morley Secretary for Habitat For Humanity, and President Dick Meyers receive a check for $5000.00 from Northwest Savings Bank Manager Steve Erway at the Habitat For Humanity monthly board meeting. Northwest Savings Bank has been actively supporting local community groups and has been a very community minded business, Erway said Northwest believes in giving to the community and supporting local chairities. Habitat is currently seeking applications for a house in Roulette and are working on another.

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

IT would have BEEN GREAT if this MONEY went towards "Meals on Wheels" to help ALL the ELDERLY People on the waiting LIST....It seems the low income and NO income people already have it fine in this County...NOT Fair that the generation of people that BUSTED Their BUTTS are now getting the SHAFT...

Anonymous said...

Oh if only your opinion was all that mattered. I suppose you've done a bunch of research and found that recipients of homes through Habitat must be...what...young ? OLD people can apply for homes too ! Does that make you feel any better about who a business donates to ? What donations have YOU made lately ? Just curious.

Anonymous said...

Okay dildine (11:54) I will privately email you a list of the donations I have made since you asked. Post your email addy and I will answer your question if you really want to have the answer.

Anonymous said...

As long as the bank has money to give away- how about $5000 for the Potter County Animal Assistance Project??? A VERY worthwhile cause.

Anonymous said...

I haven't heard of any elderly getting any of these homes. The money SHOULD go to Meals on Wheels and any other programs to aid the elderly. Let all the rest get off their lazy butts and earn their keep!

Anonymous said...

Habitat gives a hand up, not a hand out. By the way, they have helped a few elderly people fix some issues with the homes they live in. They don't just build new houses any longer. There are a few more projects on the list to help people in need regardless of age.