Ross Medical Education is hosting a water drive for Habitat for Humanity volunteers through June 30. Volunteers are mainly 70 years or older and drink an average of a case of water per day while working on Habitat homes. The goal is to collect at least 30 cases of water. Those wanting to donate can drop off bottled water at Ross Medical Education, 410 Southtown Blvd, Ste. 6.

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