Harbortown Rotary presents $30,000 check to Habitat for Humanity. 
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"Regional Rotary Clubs have been key partners in strengthening the Western Lake Superior Habitat for Humanity mission! Harbortown, Skyline, and Duluth Rotary 25 Clubs recently partnered on a $30,000 district grant to support a Habitat house project at 2412 W. First Street in Duluth. Superior 40 and Duluth Eco-Rotary have also helped with Habitat projects the past few years. Club members presented the check on Feb. 6 and also have been volunteering at multiple work sites. Pictured are: (back, l-r) Jim Gruba (Harbortown and WLSHFH board member), David Clanaugh (Superior 40 and WLSHFH Executive Director); Todd Peyton (Skyline), Steve Yorde (Duluth 25); and (front, l-r) the Witherspoon Partner Family (Helina, Salaam and Josiah), Madeline Kvale (WLSHFH Community Engagement Associate), and Pat Finney (Harbortown). WLSHFH has two house projects in process and a third planned for later this year. Every hand helps -- visit our website at wlshabitat.org to learn more, donate, and volunteer."