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HoneyBaked Ham provides free lunches to Habitat volunteers at Cornerstone Place

The HoneyBaked Ham Co. of Silverdale is providing free lunches every Saturday from June through September to Habitat for Humanity volunteers working on the Cornerstone Place development on Sylvan Way in East Bremerton. Cornerstone Place will consist of 11 single-family houses on 1.38 acres.

“We stand behind supporting the community that has supported us,” said Kelly White, of Silverdale’s HoneyBaked Ham. “Habitat for Humanity is really doing an excellent job and we will do all we can to support them and their positive efforts.”

For more information, contact White at (360) 692-8400.

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