Tuesday September 02, 2014

Key to Habitat

Staff Photos by Thom Barker

The Kolesov family poses with their benefactor Annie Woluschuk, who donated the home they now live in to Habitat for Humanity after the City closed a flooding-prone section of Brodie Avenue following the flood of 2010. Left to right: Anastasia, Nazar, Dem'yan, Ksenia, Oksana, Annie, Anatolii and Anhelina.

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Saskatchewan Social Services Minister (centre) and Yorkton MLA Greg Ottenbreit officially present the Kolesov family with the keys to their Habitat for Humanity home on Dunlop Street. The family (left to right): Anhelina, Anastasia, Dem'yan, Nazar, Oksana, Anatolii and Ksenia. Background: Merv Catchuk, Habitat Yorkton project manager and Annie Woluschuk, the original owner of the home, which was moved from Brodie Avenue after the City closed the flooding-prone section of the street following the flood of 2010.



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