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Sweet Tomatoes helps build a home

by admin on Friday, August 13, 2010 · 2 comments

in Fun Stuff,In The Community

Orange Park Sweet Tomatoes General Manager Bryan Butterstein, brought staff and family out to volunteer with Clay County Habitat for Humanity. The day consisted of  painting a rehabbed CCHH Home in Green Cove.

Bryan said it was an opportunity for the business to support other families, to make a difference in people’s lives.  For his staff, it was also an opportunity to show how, as a Clay County business, they can make a change in their community, said Habitat Executive Director Gamble Wright.

Great job Bryan and team!


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