Archive for February, 2013

Gracias, Margaritas y Amigos!

There was plenty of madness and plenty of fun last Thursday at Margaritas on Elm Street for the Full Moon Madness event.  We would like to thank Margaritas for their amazing support, and we would like to thank all of you for turning out for the event!  The proceeds for the event will go toward our mission, including our current project at 50 Hosley Street in Manchester.  The night was full of fun and games and of course, great food and drink!

If you missed us last Thursday, well, we have great news!  We’ll be back at Margaritas on Elm Street on March 27th for a Noche Mexicana to raise money for our mission.  Bring your friends for a night out for a good cause!  We’ll see you there!

Dick Heller Vice President Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity
Dick Heller (middle), Vice-President, Board of Directors, brought a slew of co-workers. Thank you Merrill Lynch!


Chris Amesquita, Volunteer Coordinator Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity
Christiana Amesquita, Volunteer Coordinator


Fun and games at Margaritas Manchester NH
Fun and games!

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A Night Out for Habitat – Feb. 21st at Margaritas!

Full Moon Margarita Madness
This time of year always reminds me of the same things.  The tracks of salt through my kitchen that we track in every time we let the dog out.  The squeeze of sub zero temperatures when you first step out in the morning.  How much heavier the snow at the end of the driveway is because the snow plow put it there.  And how nice it would be to sit on a beach in Puerto Vallarta.

Well, if you can’t have the beach in Mexico, you can at least have a night out at Margarita’s on Elm Street in Manchester for a really awesome cause.  Join Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity for a night of Full Moon Madness, and 5% of food and drink sales in the bar and lounge will be donated to Habitat.
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Manchester Habitat seeking partner families

Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity is seeking partner families for its 50 Hosley Street project.

Each unit in the three-family condo has two bedrooms, one bathroom, a living room, dining room, kitchen and deck.

To become a Habitat homeowner, a family must be in need of affordable housing, able to make an interest-free monthly mortgage, tax and insurance payments, and work as a partner with Habitat. If your family lives in substandard housing with inadequate plumbing, poor heating, leaking roof, overcrowding (three to a bedroom), unsafe or unsanitary conditions; or you are a resident of public housing, and you have lived or worked in the greater Manchester area for at least a year, you may qualify for a new home from Habitat for Humanity. Read the rest of this entry »

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