Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County held its annual volunteer appreciation breakfast on Tuesday, Jan. 26. Honorees included Ruud Veltman and Marjorie Hill, who received the Lifetime Achievement Award; Ed Hogan, named volunteer of the year; Kim Keable of Keable and Brown P.A., receiving the Strong Foundation Award; Ashley Mayfield, honored with the Family Ambassador Award; and Rob Margolin, receiving the ReStore Hero Award. Also recognized were 18 volunteers with 100 hours of service in 2015 and 11 who reached the 100-hour mark this year. For more information, visit habitatgreenville.org.

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