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Rosicki Law Firm Partners with Genesee County Habitat for Humanity

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  • 1. Rosicki Law Firm Partners withRosicki Law Firm Partners with Genesee County Habitat for HumanityGenesee County Habitat for Humanity
  • 2. •A group from Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C., recently helped renovate a Habitat for Humanity house in Genesee County, New York, that is now the home of a woman, her son, and his two sons. Two Rosicki volunteers brought their mothers with them to help with the renovation project, which was the seventh for Habitat for Humanity in the city of Batavia.
  • 3. •The Rosicki group was part of a team of hundreds of volunteers that worked a total of more than 10,000 hours over almost a year. Habitat for Humanity bought the house, which was in poor condition, from the City of Batavia for $2,000. Volunteers found the remains of animals in the house, which had been empty since 2007. It was ready for occupancy after about 10 months of work.
  • 4. •Speaking to a local news outlet, Jessica Maguire-Tomidy, CEO of the Genesee County Habitat for Humanity, said, "People have to have it in their hearts to help, and they do it again and again for us."