Wreaths sold out quickly
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To the Editor,

Thanks to everyone for supporting the West River Habitat for Humanity Holiday Wreath Sale this holiday season. Our wreaths were sold out quickly and adorned many homes and businesses around the valley. Special thanks to Ratu’s Liquor and Market in Wilmington, Jacksonville General Store, West Wardsboro Store and Heather’s Flower Shop in West Dover for selling wreaths for us! Thank you! Thank you!

Your continued support to our mission enables us to build homes for deserving families in the southern Vermont towns of Athens, Brookline, Dover, Jamaica, Londonderry, Newfane, Somerset, Stratton, Townshend, Wardsboro, Whitingham, Wilmington, and Windham. West River Habitat for Humanity is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International.

Thus far, WRHFH has built five homes in the area, and is currently raising funds to purchase a sixth home. We appreciate the generosity of the entire community.

Sincerely, on behalf of the West River Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors,

Dan Facilla, WRHFH president

Dover
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