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Habitat volutneers complete ramp project



Volunteers working on behalf of Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County constructed a ramp at 401 E. First Street in Maryville this week.

Habitat extends its thanks to Ron Spire for designing the project and coordinating our volunteers, who included Kyle Garrett, Gary Meyer, Rodney Heller, Mike Kinman and Marc Pournazari.

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