FAIRFIELD — Volunteers with Habitat for Humanity were happy to see a new box-lift truck that will save some wear and tear on their bodies as they collect for the group.
Those at ReStore, Habitat’s store in Cordelia, have been using a truck with no lift while collecting large items for the store. Money raised at ReStore goes toward two Habitat for Humanity homes being built in Fairfield.
“Having the lift truck will make our work easier and enable us to be more efficient in our donation acquisitions,” said Mike Glancy, ReStore manager in a press release. “My biggest need since ReStore opened was a truck with a lift, and we have been working on acquiring one for over a year.”
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