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Summit Habitat for Humanity comes to aid of Hurricane Sandy victims

Daily News staff report

Summit Habitat for Humanity will donate 10 percent of its Restore’s gross sales during January.

“While there will always be pressing needs in our local community, the shock of Sandy on so many makes this contribution the least that we can do from here,” the nonprofit group stated in a recent release.

The ReStore is located on the north side of Interstate 70, at the Silverthorne westbound entrance to I-70. The store hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. For additional information, call (970) 423-7445.


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