Mark Baloun is the president of Aitkin County Habitat for Humanity. The board of directors overseas the budget, evaluates the director and volunteers in myriad ways to keep the mission alive.
Ann Schwartz is the director. In this tiny organization she has many duties, including cleaning the bathroom. She loves to help people achieve their basic needs, such as affordable housing, and loves watching the partner family children as they grow.
Volunteers, left, form the backbone of Habitat. Whether it is putting together an event or building a home, their contribution is essential. Lissa Landus, right, keeps the director and board on track as the office assistant.
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