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






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                                                              P O Box 338
                                             709 Main Street
                                         Smelterville, ID 83868


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Holy Family Catholic School students, teachers, and parents from Cd'A begin working on a Greater Blessings project repairing a retaining wall in Wallace.  They help us each year at the end of their 8th grade graduation trip spent in 
the Silver Valley.

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

ReUse Store items for sale

 "Greater Blessings Program"

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At this time we are holding applications for homeownership 
until we have more volunteers to help

We are accepting applications for home repair with our Greater Blessings Program.  

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

     Walk-A-Thon - September 17
              (Registration available here Sept 1)


Other Fund-Raising

SVFCH Family Pins - Silver & Gold 






Fuller Center for Housing, Inc.

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       2016 Pig Roast Helpers

Bikers get their exercise pulling the pork.

Below, Lou Larson slices a dessert while Kathy McPeak, Darnell Kriedeman and Mary Lou Dubiel help organize the food display.  Others came later to help serve.




Our first group of Fuller Center Bicycle Adventurers spend a day working on the Osburn house removing the roof and stripping interior walls and flooring.

After both groups of bikers worked on the Osburn house, a group from Michigan, who stayed at the Shoshone Mt. Retreat, finished getting a new roof on and covered with tar paper.

John Wilson arrived early to mark the bike trail before informing the local medical teams on what to expect during our "Ride the Wall" bike event on the longest day of the year.

Riders start to assemble at the Enaville Trail Head for our "Ride the Wall.  They end at The Snake Pit (seen in the distance) for a BBQ dinner.

Ro Bond serves the first group of bikers with a donated breakfast at McDonald's of Kellogg.  Ten churches and the Osburn VFW helped with other meals for these two groups of Fuller Center Bikers.
































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