Good Deeds 4/13/17

Clay Today
Posted 4/12/17

Publix chips in for Habitat

MIDDLEBURG – More than 40 employees, from seven Clay County stores and two in Jacksonville, braved the April 4 storm to help Clay County Habitat for Humanity put the …

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Good Deeds 4/13/17

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Publix chips in for Habitat

MIDDLEBURG – More than 40 employees, from seven Clay County stores and two in Jacksonville, braved the April 4 storm to help Clay County Habitat for Humanity put the finishing touches on the future home of Tabitha Teeters, who is pictured on the right in a white shirt. The home is located at 4861 Timothy St. in Middleburg. Set aside as “Publix Serves Day 2017,” this day of community service marks the third year in which Publix associates from seven states join together to volunteer within their communities. In addition to helping this deserving family get closer to moving into their new home, the employees’ volunteer service created an enjoyable opportunity to do some team building. Publix also pledged to stock Teeters’ pantry with $500 worth of food after she moves in.

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