Duey Liber, right, of the Zonta Club of Bonita Springs, looks over two baskets full of donations from Josh Musselman, left, and Ann Geraghty, center, Sunday during the club's 'Largest House Shower' in Southwest Florida to collect household items for an affordable housing project in Bonita Springs. Rosemary Park, which will feature 39 homes earmarked for the working class, is a group effort among the city of Bonita Springs, the Renaissance Group of Bonita Springs and the Bonita Springs Area Housing Development Corporation.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

Duey Liber, right, of the Zonta Club of Bonita Springs, looks over two baskets full of donations from Josh Musselman, left, and Ann Geraghty, center, Sunday during the club's "Largest House Shower" in Southwest Florida to collect household items for an affordable housing project in Bonita Springs. Rosemary Park, which will feature 39 homes earmarked for the working class, is a group effort among the city of Bonita Springs, the Renaissance Group of Bonita Springs and the Bonita Springs Area Housing Development Corporation.

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