Habitat sets next Rock the Block neighborhoods
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Neighborhoods in four communities are going to be spruced up next year, through a Habitat for Humanity program.

Ryan Roth of the Greater Fox Cities Area chapter says they finalized the four locations for Rock the Block. He says they're going to start improving homes in Kaukauna, in the area around Fassbender Park, in May.

Roth says they'll work in neighborhoods in Menasha and Neenah, on the west side of Doty Island, in July. In the fall, they're planning to be in Appleton, in the area around Columbus elementary school.

Roth says they get help from volunteers to make the home improvements. The owners can take advantage of no-interest loans for the building materials.

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