Sussex Habitat Women Build to take place in Georgetown Nov. 9

Dine and Donate at Big Fish Grill Nov. 10
Pictured at the Oct. 26 SCHFH build are members of the Women's Council of Realtors and supporters (l-r) Bill Morrow; Lynn Morrow, WCR treasurer; T.C. Cason, WCR secretary; Lynda Schepler; Gail Tannenbaum; Carol Wayne, WCR president-elect; Ruth Sivils, WCR president; Wendy Walker; Art Coppola; Jeanne Coppola, WCR realtor member; Mike Emmet (obscured); Trudy Albrect, WCR realtor member; Gail Cox, realtor; and Greg Cox, realtor. SOURCE SUBMITTED
November 7, 2013

Women from all over Sussex County will come together from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 9, to help build two homes on Linden Avenue in Georgetown Point, Georgetown. Women Build is a Habitat for Humanity International program that seeks to include, encourage and empower women in the mission of building simple, decent, and affordable housing. Women Build is not about excluding men but rather including women and providing new opportunities.

Big Fish Grill in Rehoboth will have a special Dine and Donate Day for Women Build Sunday, Nov. 10. Benefit vouchers are available through Sussex County Habitat for Humanity and from Big Fish Grill during the event. Diners can present the server with a voucher when seated, and at the end of the night, Big Fish Grill will donate a percentage of proceeds to Sussex County Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build.

Georgetown Point is just off southbound Route 113 in Georgetown behind Furious Fitness and close to Howard T. Ennis School. The street addresses are 116 and 120 Linden Ave.

Big Fish Grill is at 20198 Coastal Highway, Rehoboth Beach.

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