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DP Habitat for Humanity duplex to get a new look

April 8, 2014

Habitat for Humanity, which builds and repairs houses worldwide using volunteer labor and donations, will put the finishing touches on a newly completed duplex in Deer Park at 1 p.m. on Thursday.
Volunteers from 10 local Sherwin-Williams stores and Habitat for Humanity will donate paint, materials and labor to refresh the exterior of the duplex, putting a fresh coat of paint on a new home for deserving Habitat for Humanity families.
The effort is part of National Painting Week, which is an opportunity for thousands of Sherwin-Williams employees nationwide to donate their time to upgrade non-profits, churches, schools and other deserving community organizations. Almost 150 local, community projects will be tackled, including painting historical landmarks, baseball fields, Habitat for Humanity houses, churches, schools and Boys and Girls clubs.

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