Habitat for Humanity to break ground in Coal City

Grundy—Three Rivers Habitat for Humanity will break ground this week for its next home, its first to be located in Coal City.
    On Thursday, May 4, the non-profit organization will join Glen and Beth Hill, and their two children in turning over the first spades of dirt on the property where the family’s new home will be built at 655 E. Fourth St. The ground breaking is slated for 5:30 p.m.
    Prior to the groundbreaking, Habitat for Humanity is teaming with WCSJ 103.1 FM on its first Radio-A-Thon, a fundraiser to cover costs associated with the residential construction project.
    Habitat will take to the air at 6 a.m. and the fundraiser will continue until 3 p.m. During the Radio-A-Thon, listeners will learn about Habitat’s programs in Grundy County, hear stories from our Habitat families, volunteers, and community leaders, and be able to donate toward the cost of the Hill Family’s new home. Donations are tax-deductible.
    Donations can also be made directly to the organization by mail to 105 E. Main St., Suite 202, Morris, IL 60450 or on-line at www.grundy3rivershabitat.org/donate.