Habitat for Humanity ReStore Celebrating Earth Day by Holding DIY Contest
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity ReStore is celebrating Earth Day 2017 by asking people to give a second life to donated materials, reducing waste in landfills and by putting their "do-it-yourself" skills to work.
Participants should register for the Do-it-Yourself contest at ReStore, 399 Hubbard Ave., by March 25 to get their project materials and chance to win the grand prize, a $100 certificate to the ReStore.
The number of Contestants is limited to the first 20 entries. There is an entry fee of $10, which includes a cabinet door front and a 10 percent discount coupon. Get a chance to win the grand prize and have the title of being ReStore’s first DIY champion.
Participants must keep track of items used and the total repurpose cost; transformed projects should be delivered to ReStore by Saturday, April 15. Renovated cabinets will remain on display at ReStore from through April 23. Voting is open to all ReStore customers from April 15-22. The winner will be announced at ReStore on April 23, the first day of the Sunday opening.
Visit ReStore or see the website for details.
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