Issaquah, WA. April 25, 2012– Habitat for Humanity of East King County invites the public to celebrate the completion of their 10 home Magnolia Village development in the Issaquah Highlands.
|2012- Magnolia Village completed|
Friday, April 27, from 2 to 3pm at 2538 NE Magnolia Street, King County Executive Dow Constantine will be recognized for King County’s Housing and Community Development Department’s role in developing this neighborhood, along with ARCH, WA St Dept of Commerce, Port Blakely and the Cities of Issaquah, Newcastle and Sammamish.
Saturday, April 28th, from 3 to 4pm at 2538 NE Magnolia Street. The Home Dedication ceremony and awarding of keys will celebrate the efforts of the entire Habitat team, including generous funders, community leaders and volunteers, who came together with Habitat EKC’s Board, Advisory Board, staff and Habitat homeowners to provide safe, decent, affordable housing for hard working, low-income families in the Issaquah Highlands.
|2009- Land for Magnolia Village|
“The Habitat neighborhood of Magnolia Village is a beautiful example of public and private partnership coming together with hardworking low-income families to build attractive affordable homes. We are very grateful for the support this project has received from the community, from start to finish.”
Please join us for these special events, RSVP to Mary Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Refreshments will be served.