Silver Valley Fuller Center for Housing 
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                                                              P O Box 338
                                             709 Main Street
                                         Smelterville, ID 83868
 
                                                 786-6013  

  
                                                    silvervalleyidaho@fullercenter.org  

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We welcomed the Christmas season with live music for our board dinner provided by Ellie Arguimbau and Mary Lou Kinsey
 

New Hours at the ReUse Store
 9 to 5  Wednesday - Saturday
If there are volunteers!
Call 786-6013 to be sure.

ReUse Store items for sale

 "Greater Blessings Program"

    Contact Us

At this time we are holding applications for homeownership 
until we have more volunteers to help
 
 

We are accepting applications for home repair with our 
Greater Blessings Program
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Apply for a home
 
   Apply for home repair

    Volunteer & Partnership Opportunities 
         
at the ReUse Store 
          (call 786-6013)

 
          for Churches
          for Organizations
          for Individuals

          for Businesses
          with RV Builders

    Where You Can Make Donations

    Upcoming Events
        
         Christmas Potluck, 7 PM, December 12, 
Mountain View Congregational Church, Kellogg

Other Fund-Raising

SVFCH Family Pins - Silver & Gold 

 

  Appreciation

 

 Newsletter

 

Fuller Center for Housing, Inc.

 FCH's Web Site:  http://fullercenter.org/

Historical Summary

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!!!  Our Accomplishments  !!!


Judy presents a check for $1040.90 to Steve Knox of the Rose Lake Quick Response Unit.  We share the profits from the Ride the Wall bike event with the QRU.


When Dave Rust was erecting the posts to hold the snow roof the Rusts donated, one of the machines broke through the top of an old septic tank.  Thankfully no one nor machine was hurt. 


Dave Rust helps the roofers, Kodie Jesus and his friend, Jerry, clear the snow before stapling the felt onto the snow roof.  In addition to finishing the snow roof, the hole needs to be filled, the roof supporting poles need to be completely stabilized, back stairs have to be in place and Krista's pump and pump house need repairing.

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

 

 



 

 

                                                                          

 

 

 

     

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