Habitat to Help Moline Neighborhood Live Up to Name
Hammers, drills, and chainsaws will echo through Moline's Floreciente this weekend. The name means blooming or thriving in Spanish.
Michelle O'Neill reports Habitat for Humanity Quad Cities will begin its new, revitalization program, kicking it off Saturday with Rock the Block.
On Saturday at 8 am, volunteers will meet at Ericsson School, which is now called the Esperanza Center. It's part of Heritage Wesleyan Church.
The John Deere and Waterman-Hubbell foundations are funding Habitat's Neighborhood Revitalization Program.