Story by Charles GuestThe future is looking little bit brighter for a couple of families in Los Banos. Two Saturday's ago, a contingent of dedicated volunteers wielded hammers, sanders, weed-whackers, and chisels as they descended on two Los Banos houses that are being renovated by the Westside chapter of Habitat For Humanity.
Ned Ryan spoke about the Habitat for Humanity project at a Los Banos Rotary Club meeting in late December. Ryan is one of the main coordinators for the Westside Habitat For Humanity chapter.
On their website, Habitat for Humanity describes themselves as a "nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live". Read More
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