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Second annual trivia night fundraiser Saturday, Feb. 8

Oswego church’s trivia night to benefit Habitat for Humanity – Feb. 8

OSWEGO, Ill., Jan. 13, 2020 — Oswego Presbyterian Church, 1976 Rt. 25, will hold a second annual trivia night fundraiser Saturday, Feb. 8, to benefit Montgomery-based Fox Valley Habitat for Humanity.

The public is invited. Parking is free. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., trivia starts at 7 p.m.

Admission is $10 per person. Individuals and teams of eight persons are invited. A silent auction, 50/50 raffle and door prizes are included.

Bottled water will be available for purchase. Attendees may bring snacks and beverages.

Proceeds will benefit Montgomery-based Fox Valley Habitat for Humanity’s fourth annual Faith Build, a home building project sponsored by area faith communities.

The Faith Build will raise a Habitat home at 423  Parker Ave. in Aurora. Past Faith Builds have included volunteers from up to 30 faith communities. The Connie Estrada family of Aurora, the future homeowners, is expected to attend.

The Oswego office of Thrivent Financial Services for Lutherans has offered a financial match commitment of $105,000 for the 2020 Faith Build.

Founded in 1988, Fox Valley Habitat is based at Genesis Community Church in Montgomery and serves a 10-mile radius of Aurora. The volunteer group is the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International of Americus, Ga., a Christian, non-profit, non-denominational housing ministry dedicated to eliminating substandard housing.

Donations and volunteers are needed to continue the nonprofit ministry in Aurora, N. Aurora and Montgomery.

Call Barbara Zegiel, Habitat funds coordinator, at (630) 206-5038 for more information.


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Al Benson
Freelance Photo-Journalist

Al Benson is an Aurora-based freelance photo-journalist. He is currently an archives research specialist at Aurora University. His work has appeared in The Voice, The Daily Herald, The Beacon-News, and the Chicago Tribune.






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