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by Carol Harris, Branson area, and Mary Engler-Guccione, Joplin area

Mountain Country Habitat for Humanity, representing Stone and Taney counties, has announced its board for 1999, including five new members.

New members are Jeff Brown, manager of construction design at Empire District Electric; Bob Kamp, retired; Linda Meehan, marketing director of Ozark Mountain Bank; Timothy Scheuer, pastor of Church Army; and Steve Weyher, general manager of Golden Corral.

Carrie Young, president of Robison Design, is the Mountain Country Habitat for Humanity president; Leonard Cardwell, CPA, is treasurer and Mary Lewis, of Ozark Mountain Bank, is secretary.

Returning members are Henry Allred, retired; Fran Forman, assistant to the dean at the College of the Ozarks; Sherron Hancock, University Extension Center; Richard Miles, independent building contractor; Dennis Tate, vice president at First Community Bank; and Butch Wolfe, general manager of Pinegar Chevrolet.

Now working on a "Community Cares House," Mountain Country Habitat for Humanity is soliciting the tri-lakes community for individual donations of $50, which will buy one square foot of a home to be built in the year 2000.

For every $50 donation, a one-inch square shingle, with the contributor's name, will be placed on a model to be displayed at area businesses throughout 1999.

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