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John Hagerman

"Yaa Mana Ofii" -- Home is Everything for Habitat Homebuyers

“Yaa mana ofii.” This Oromo language phrase is very common in Ethiopia. It means, “home is everything.” Yemane and Bizunesh, who bought their new Habitat home in West St. Paul in July, say the phrase comes from living desperate lives in Ethiopia....

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Volunteering at New ReStore Was a Perfect Fit for Recent Retiree

Until his retirement a few months ago, Anthony worked in architecture and engineering with Target Corp. That background made him a perfect fit for...

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New South Minneapolis ReStore Grand Opening Dates Announced

You’re invited to 2700 Minnehaha Ave, September 15-17, to celebrate the Grand Opening of Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s newest ReStore. ReStore...

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Construction Starts on New Habitat ReStore in South Minneapolis

Twin Cities businesses have stepped forward with pro bono labor and gifts-in-kind, as construction starts for Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s new...

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Master Gardeners, 30 Years of Partnership With Habitat

When a tornado plowed across North Minneapolis in May of 2011, it left devastated homes and downed trees in its wake. Today, on many blocks that were...

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Want to Make an Impact? Habitat is Hiring!

If you’re reading this blog post it's a good bet that you believe in the mission of Habitat for Humanity. It’s also likely that you’ve supported our...

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ReStore and WCCO TV Partner to Bring You Great DIY Project Ideas

These days everyone knows we should reuse, recycle or repurpose old items. We know these practices are good for the environment, but for crafters,...

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Thirty excited Pre-K students counted down. “Five, four, three, two, one!” When they reached “one” volunteers raised a wall on a Habitat home being...

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Southside regulars find tuesdays a good day to make a difference

The loud rattle of air hammers driving nails into wood was about the only noise in Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s Panel Plant. Eleven members of...

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Increasing Support for Habitat's Global Mission

Back in 1979, at a home dedication in Zaire, Habitat founder Millard Fuller received a tithe donation of $200. That gift was used to launch a new...

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