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Liberty Homes recognized for helping Monroe County Habitat for Humanity

Published October 24. 2012 05:03PM

Liberty Homes was presented with an award for their contribution of helping Monroe County Habitat for Humanity during celebration dinner on Oct. 4 to honor World Habitat Day.

The event took place at Mountain Springs Resort in Reeders. For years, Liberty Homes has been involved in helping build homes throughout Monore County.

Liberty Homes has supported the non-profit organization by managing projects, supplying personnel, supplying materials and offering expertise to build homes. Frank Repholz, Jr. accepted the award from Tom Brenner and Joanne Kingkiner of Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County. The Monore County organization has built 18 homes since 1996. Habitat is a national organization founded in 1976 to address issues of poverty housing.

The Monroe County builder has built over 1,670 homes throughout the Poconos since 1978 and is involved in the community by improving the quality of life and being a responsible corporate citizen. "We are fortunate to have such an amazing team of dedicated construction people who get involved in building for such a great cause" said Frank Repholz, Jr. of of Liberty Homes.

Liberty Homes builds year 'round, vacation, and retirement homes throughout the Poconos. The company's office is located at Rt. 940, Pocono Lake.

Phone (570) 646-4600 or .

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