Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity recently presented awards at the dedication of a home in Nanticoke to honor those who have made significant contributions to the build over the past year.
Kathleen Nestorick received the Golden Hammer award. Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity gives this honor to a person who has shown exceptional commitment to help further the mission of Habitat. Nestorick donated the property on which Habitat built the house in Nanticoke.
Jim Zarra received the Herm Shiplett Award. Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity gives this honor to a volunteer who has demonstrated an outstanding level of commitment and support to Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity.
Attorney David Harris received the Gottfreid Csala Award. Harris received this award for providing professional expertise and knowledge to further the mission of Habitat.
From left, are Bob Borwick, board president, Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity; Karen Evans Kaufer, executive director, WVHFH; attorney David Harris, Jim Zarra and Kathleen Nestorick.
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