(Beaver Falls, Pa.) With a bright future on the horizon for Beaver County it couldn’t be anymore fitting that we talk about the bright future that Habitat for Humanity of Beaver County provides for some families on “People, Purpose, Planet”. Dennis Sutter from Habitat for Hummanity of Beaver County joined Dr. Pete Birchler from the Chiropractic Health Center and Frank Sparks for this month’s “People, Purpose, Planet” show during A.M. Beaver County on 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA.
Dr. Pete started out the show and talked about how the him and his wife Rachel believe in our communties and that there are so many organiztions and non profits that are the back bones of our communities and that is why he came up with the idea for “Peolpe, Purpose, Planet”.
Dennis told the listeners about what Habitat for Humanity does in Beaver County and how poeple can volunteer and apply for a Habitat house. He highlighted a home they are currently building in Rochester and talked aout their next home that will be built in Daugherty Township. Dennis also talked about the main fundraiser they have which is the ReStore in Beaver Falls that sells new & gently-used home furnishings and building materials to the public at a fraction of normal prices! Proceeds from ReStore sales help fund the construction of Habitat houses in Beaver County. Dennis also talked about another major fundraiser coming up this fall which is the Zombie Festival and trail run that is happening on October 26, 2019 at Brady’s Run Park. You can find out more and sign up by going to https://runsignup.com/Race/PA/BeaverFalls/HabitatZombieFestival
Dr. Pete also informed the listeners that the Chippewa Chiropractic Center will donate the entire proceeds of the intial $19.95 consultation fee for new patients to Habitat for Hummanity of Beaver County like he does for all guests on “People, Purpose, Planet”.
You can watch the entire show as it streamed Live on Facebook by pressing the play button below…
Tune in Tuesday September 10, 2019 for the next episode of “People, Purpose, Planet” at 8:35 a.m. with Dr. Pete Birchler.