Habitat for Humanity of Findlay/Hancock County recently recognized several outstanding volunteers for their contributions to the organization. Rhiana Grieger received the “Photo of the Year” award for a picture she took of herself and fellow Habitat new homeowner Shae Golden working together to construct Habitat’s 43rd house in Hancock County. Halle Sattler, immediate past president of the University of Findlay Habitat Chapter, received the “Youth Leadership Volunteer of the Year” award. Dan Eborg received the “Golden Hammer Award” for his understanding, commitment and contribution to Habitat. He’s logged over 1,000 hours over the past 10 years working as a crew leader on construction and repair. And Mike Pepple received the “Paul Geyer Leadership Volunteer of the Year” award for being an exceptional leader and visionary. He’s served as a board member since 2013 and was instrumental in securing funding for Habitat’s new location. He’s attended every Raise the Wall ceremony, every home dedication and volunteered on every project since joining the board. In October, he was named the 2019 Volunteer of the Year in Ohio.