Habitat for Humanity of Jessamine County Kentucky recently received a community service grant from Wal-Mart in Nicholasville. Wal-Mart awarded the grant in conjunction with its team's assistance in Habitat's Winter Build at 525 South Central Avenue, Nicholasville. From left are Sherry Bryant, manager of the Nicholasville Wal-Mart; Ron Bishoff, executive director of Habitat of Jessamine County; and James Anderson, a Nicholasville Wal-Mart department manager. Anderson and his wife, Karen, along with Becky Riser and Sherry Bryant, devoted many hours to the recent build. Habitat for Humanity, an international organization, provides affordable homes for those who need a helping hand. Habitat of Jessamine County has built a dozen homes in Nicholasville and Wilmore, and operates the Habitat ReStore at 317 North Main Street in Nicholasville. Call (859) 881-0045 or visit www.HabitatForHumanityJessamineCountyKY.org.
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