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Lawrence Holiday Homes Tour to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity

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The annual Holiday Homes Tour, a fundraiser for Lawrence Habitat for Humanity, is returning this Sunday.

The tour features homes that are “beautifully decorated for the holiday season and put on display for your viewing delight,” according to Habitat’s website.

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In addition, there will be a Holiday Home Shop and a cookie sale stationed at the Lawrence Habitat ReStore, 2108 W. 27th Street, Suite C.

The tour is set for Sunday, Dec. 4. Tickets are $35 each, and baker’s dozens of homemade cookies are $10 each. Both are available at this link. For all online purchases, tourgoers will need to pick up their event bracelets, which will allow entry into each home, at the Lawrence Habitat ReStore starting at 11 a.m. Sunday. Tickets are also available for purchase at Lawrence’s Hy-Vee, and those come with event bracelets.

Stacie Schroeder, development manager for Lawrence Habitat, said anyone who wants to donate tickets for others to go on the tour can email her at stacie@lawrencehabitat.org or call her at 785-221-9221 and she will coordinate.

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit that builds and repairs homes and helps families secure interest-free mortgages to be paid based on their income.

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