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Twin Cities Habitat Lunch-and-Learn 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Mar. 7

Join ShakopeeConnect and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity for an exciting and informative networking lunch.


ShakopeeConnect is excited to be hosting Habitat for Humanity at this week’s Business Builder Luncheon: “Build, Think, Act.”

Register online to enjoy lunch with Shakopee business leaders while learning about the ways Twin Cities Habitat is transforming the lives of Scott County residents.

Habitat hopes to raise awareness about the need for affordable housing in the Twin Cities, start conversations about critical housing issues among young people, engage volunteers for future construction build-days and stimulate support affordable housing.

Guest speaker Mark Turbak and other Habitat staff will be on hand to discuss exciting opportunities to get your business involved in the Scott County community.

Mark Turbak is the senior associate of corporate and in-kind relations at Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. Turbak has worked in the nonprofit sector for 10 years in a variety of areas, including fundraising, training, community and youth programming and volunteer coordination.

Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Date: Wednesday, Mar. 7, 2012
Place: Dangerfield’s, 1583 1st Ave. E., Shakopee, MN  55379
Cost: ShakopeeConnect members: $20; all others: $30

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