Cape Gazette

Habitat families share a picnic and learn about family safety

Jul 15, 2013
Source: Submitted Children enjoy some parachute play at Habitat for Humanity's July picnic.

Sussex County Habitat for Humanity conducts a monthly class for its partner families who are currently enrolled in its program. Each month a different topic such as finances, home ownership or maintenance is covered.

The July class was held outside at Georgetown Park, and a picnic was shared by Habitat families, staff, volunteers and donors. During the picnic, the Delaware State Police K-9 Unit gave a presentation, and the Georgetown Police Department offered free fingerprinting for safety.

Sussex County Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. To learn more go to, call 302-855-1153 or like on Facebook.



Lenaiya Hill practices her hula hoop skills. (Source: Submitted)
Sgt. Tom Tyndall fingerprints Tito deLeon as part of family safety activities. (Source: Submitted)
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