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Habitat for Humanity of Pitt County raising money with barbecue

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

It's considered the meal of the east.  Barbecue restaurants dot the streets in every eastern North Carolina town and the Pitt County chapter of Habitat for Humanity is taking advantage of that to raise money.

It's Habitat's 11th annual "Barbecue Benefit" designed to help the organization build hope for better lives for those in need of safe, adequate shelter.  Habitat's homeowners help build and purchase simple homes through zero-profit, zero-interest mortgages held by Habitat of Pitt County.

From September 22nd through the 28th you can enjoy a meal from Parker's Barbecue with the proceeds going to help the families who turn to Habitat.  You can also order for your business Tuesday, September 24th. 

To pre-order your barbecue tickets, contact Chelsey Waters at Habitat for Humanity of Pitt County.  The number is 252-758-2947.  Or visit their website at www.habitatpittco.org, or hit them up on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HabitatPittCounty.

Help the fine folks at Habitat help families in need.

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