Habitat For Humanity

Donate your gently used construction materials and household items to the ReStore. Visit Habitat-Utah.org to see the list of accepted items . ReStore is a Home Improvement ReUse Store – located at 6280 Silver Creek Drive – just off I-40 – that keeps thousands of tons of materials out of the waste stream, provides low-cost goods to the public, and generates revenues for Habitat’s affordable housing programs.

When replacing ight bulbs with LEDs, take old bulbs to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, located at 6280 Silver Creek Drive. Summit Community Power Works is collecting the used bulbs - both incandescent and CFL.  CFL bulbs - which use less electricity than regular bulbs - will be available for low income families so they can help support SCPW’s county-wide mission to decrease the county's  use of electricity and help to win the $5 million Georgetown University Prize. For more information, go to scpw.org.

www.habitat-utah.org

Changes are coming for Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties, which is taking on a new director as of January 1st. Rick Brough has more.

  In this edition of The Morning Mix, John Wells and Peggy Ijams talk with Derryl Yeager from Odyssey Dance Theater about their upcoming show “Thriller”. They also interview Lisa Schneider (executive director) and Shirley Wright  (board member), of Habitat for Humanity about the  Overall Ball gala October 4. Plus upcoming weekend events in Park City and Heber, and high school sports in Park City.

Mountain Money - July 28, 2014

Jul 28, 2014

Alex Butwinski sat in for Doug Wells on this episode of KPCW's Mountain Money. This episode features a conversation with Joan O'Brien from utahnewspaperproject.org about the ongoing situation at The Salt Lake Tribune. Mickey Grames, Programs Manager for  The Utah Microenterprise Fund joined the show to talk their programs, which are expanding. Lisa Schneider and Scott Loomis then joined the show to talk about the Homeownership 101 workshop coming up on July 30th.

Hosts Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak save the world once again with their latest installment of This Green Earth.

Chris and Nell first speak with Lisa Schneider of Habitat for Humanity and Jeff Hymas with Rocky Mountain Power about Habitat's most recent home on Marsac Avenue - it's "wattsmart".  Then, they speak to Insa Riepen of Recycle Utah about all the holiday waste that's actually recyclable, fruitcake excluded.