Silver Valley Fuller Center for Housing 
  (Formerly Silver Valley Habitat)

           

 

 

 

 

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                                                              P O Box 338
                                             709 Main Street
                                         Smelterville, ID 83868
 
                                                 786-6013  

   
                                                    silvervalleyidaho@fullercenter.org  

    About US


Surrounded by well wishing friends, John Delaney
 signs the paperwork to become our 20th
 homeowner-to-be.  Pictured are Family selection
 Chair, Glory Carlile, Rick and Rene Gilbert, and
 Colleen Rosson.  
 
                                         

New Hours at the ReUse Store
 9 to 5   Monday -Saturday
If there are volunteers!
Call 786-6013 to be sure.

ReUse Store items for sale

 "Greater Blessings Program"

    Contact Us
            Apply for a home
           
Apply for home repair

    Volunteer & Partnership Opportunities 
         
at the ReUse Store 
          (call 786-6013)

 
          for Churches
          for Organizations
          for Individuals

          for Businesses
          with RV Builders

    Where You Can Make Donations

    Upcoming Events

            June 21--Annual Ride the Wall, family bike event, 6 PM, Mission Inn, Cataldo

             June 27--Annual Pig Roast, 4-7 PM, Kellogg City park

 

Other Fund-Raising

SVFCH Family Pins - Silver & Gold 

 

  Appreciation

 

 Newsletter

 

Fuller Center for Housing, Inc.

 FCH's Web Site:  http://fullercenter.org/

Historical Summary

Other low income housing organizations

 



 


 Andrew Lane and John Delaney load furniture
 from the Tawney estate into Andrew's pickup.


Julie Hole, Christy Campbell, Crystal Van
 Tiger, and Helen Garbe of Angel's Wings
 Day Care Center responded to the SV
 Chamber of Commerce's appeal to "Donate
 an Hour" as volunteers.  They offered to fold
 newsletters to be ready for our mailing
 sessions and to be available for other
 projects.  Christy noted there were other
 employees who have offered to help.


Tony Tawney tells Ellie Arguimbau about
 the items from his dad, Charles Tawney's
 estate that were donated to the Staff house
 Mining Museum where Ellie is archivist.


                                                                                

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

 

 

 



 

 

                                                                          

 

 

 

     

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