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Sweet Tomatoes helps build a home

Orange Park Sweet Tomatoes General Manager Bryan Butterstein, brought staff and family out to volunteer with Clay County Habitat for Humanity. The day consisted of  painting a rehabbed CCHH Home in Green Cove.

Bryan said it was an opportunity for the business to support other families, to make a difference in people’s lives.  For his staff, it was also an opportunity to show how, as a Clay County business, they can make a change in their community, said Habitat Executive Director Gamble Wright.

Great job Bryan and team!


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