‘Soups for Shelter’ coming soon


From left to right, Linda Warren, executive director Todd Miller, Emily Calvert, Lisa Czajkowski and Kathy Crosbie of Delaware County Habitat for Humanity display soup bowls made by students in Olentangy Local Schools that will be available for the 14th annual “Soups for Shelter” dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 22 at St. Mary School Commons, 66 E. William St. The funds raised will go towards the first of four Habitat homes to be built in 2016. Ground is expected to be broken on the Hughes family’s new home at 181 S. Franklin St. at the end of March or early April.

From left to right, Linda Warren, executive director Todd Miller, Emily Calvert, Lisa Czajkowski and Kathy Crosbie of Delaware County Habitat for Humanity display soup bowls made by students in Olentangy Local Schools that will be available for the 14th annual “Soups for Shelter” dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 22 at St. Mary School Commons, 66 E. William St. The funds raised will go towards the first of four Habitat homes to be built in 2016. Ground is expected to be broken on the Hughes family’s new home at 181 S. Franklin St. at the end of March or early April.


From left to right, Linda Warren, executive director Todd Miller, Emily Calvert, Lisa Czajkowski and Kathy Crosbie of Delaware County Habitat for Humanity display soup bowls made by students in Olentangy Local Schools that will be available for the 14th annual “Soups for Shelter” dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 22 at St. Mary School Commons, 66 E. William St. The funds raised will go towards the first of four Habitat homes to be built in 2016. Ground is expected to be broken on the Hughes family’s new home at 181 S. Franklin St. at the end of March or early April.

From left to right, Linda Warren, executive director Todd Miller, Emily Calvert, Lisa Czajkowski and Kathy Crosbie of Delaware County Habitat for Humanity display soup bowls made by students in Olentangy Local Schools that will be available for the 14th annual “Soups for Shelter” dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 22 at St. Mary School Commons, 66 E. William St. The funds raised will go towards the first of four Habitat homes to be built in 2016. Ground is expected to be broken on the Hughes family’s new home at 181 S. Franklin St. at the end of March or early April.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/03/web1_DSCF7675.jpgFrom left to right, Linda Warren, executive director Todd Miller, Emily Calvert, Lisa Czajkowski and Kathy Crosbie of Delaware County Habitat for Humanity display soup bowls made by students in Olentangy Local Schools that will be available for the 14th annual “Soups for Shelter” dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 22 at St. Mary School Commons, 66 E. William St. The funds raised will go towards the first of four Habitat homes to be built in 2016. Ground is expected to be broken on the Hughes family’s new home at 181 S. Franklin St. at the end of March or early April.