Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity relies on volunteers to carry out their mission. Volunteers are needed to help with everything from construction to the ReStore to Family Services. Through volunteer mlabor and donations of money and materials, Habitat for Humanity builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses alongside homeowner partner families. All kinds of volunteers are welcomed year round and Habitat will help find positions that match your interests and abilities! For more information, visit Habitat's website or call (513) 482-5603.
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Chilo Lock 34 Park in Clermont County is located on the site of a former US Army Corps of Engineers lock and dam. The highlight of the park is the visitor center and museum which offers three floors of exhibits and displays featuring the history of locks and dams on the Ohio River. After exploring the museum, you can board the Jennie Wade, a replica of an 1800s steambot that sits in the park and offers historical pictures of the river onboard. For more information on Chilo Lock 34 Park visit their website.