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Employees from the Artesia Do-It Center have divided into five teams and decorated pumpkins to help raise money for Habitat for Humanity, which recently suffered the loss of some of their tools due to theft. The creative creations are on display now through Nov. 1 at the Do-It Center, 1801 W. Main St. The public is invited to vote for their favorites at a cost of 25 cents per vote. According to Branch Manager Dean Goodman, all proceeds will be matched by the Roswell Do-It Center. Pictured above from left, Cheyenne Duncan, Cristy Gonzales, Jessica West and Jonathan Lopez pose with the jack-o-lanterns they helped create. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press
Employees from the Artesia Do-It Center have divided into five teams and decorated pumpkins to help raise money for Habitat for Humanity, which recently suffered the loss of some of their tools due to theft. The creative creations are on display now through Nov. 1 at the Do-It Center, 1801 W. Main St. The public is invited to vote for their favorites at a cost of 25 cents per vote. According to Branch Manager Dean Goodman, all proceeds will be matched by the Roswell Do-It Center. Pictured above from left, Cheyenne Duncan, Cristy Gonzales, Jessica West and Jonathan Lopez pose with the jack-o-lanterns they helped create.
Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

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