An evening of gratitude for everyone who has worked together to make Putnam County Habitat for Humanity a success was held Tuesday night. (Putnam Sentinel/Becky Leader)
An evening of gratitude for everyone who has worked together to make Putnam County Habitat for Humanity a success was held Tuesday night. (Putnam Sentinel/Becky Leader)

OTTAWA — Nearly 200 people attended the five year anniversary celebration of Putnam County Habitat for Humanity on Tuesday night.

The “Evening of Gratitude” was held to honor volunteers, donators and partner families for all the work they have done to make Putnam County Habitat for Humanity successful in building homes. The event was held at the Ottawa K of C Hall and featured a catered meal, guest speakers, and door prizes.

Putnam County Habitat has built six houses in the county since they started five years ago. They plan to build their seventh home this year in Columbus Grove.

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