Local Radio Host John C. Scott Wants to Help Raise Funds for Habitat for Humanity

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COURTESY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY TUCSON
  • Courtesy Habitat for Humanity Tucson

Radio host John C. Scott is dedicating his entire radio program Thursday, Feb. 12 to help Habitat for Humanity Tucson raise funds for its work to end poverty housing.

Scott is having several guests come by during his live show from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., where they will discuss Habitat's work and why people should support it. Among the guest voices will be Habitat's CEO T. VanHook, who will be co-hosting that afternoon. Other guests include Capt. George Rodriguez of the Tucson Police Department South Division, who will talk about the community building he has seen take place in the Copper Vista neighborhood in the Drexel and Campbell/Park area, where Habitat has been lending its helping hands building affordable housing.

Habitat for Humanity builds and renovates houses for low-income families and veterans, as well as fix up schools and other facilities in low-income neighborhoods. This happens locally, nationally and internationally.

The radio fundraiser this week is for the Tucson area only, of course.

Tune in on 1210 AM or stream it online on PowerTalk1210.com, Thursday Feb. 12 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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