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Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County accepts donation from Grandma’s Kitchen


Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County recently accepted a donation of $2,380 from “Grandma’s Kitchen.”

Pictured are left to right are Joe Ford, Joan Schneider, Karla Rusco, Frances Hook, Jonathan Mitchell and Travis Stokes. Both Rusco and Hook represent Grandma’s Kitchen at the Presbyterian Church.


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