Modular Home to be Built by Students

Habitat for Humanity Wind River Country in Riverton, Wyoming will receive $15,000 from Wells Fargo to help build a modular home for a single mother and three children. Marking Habitat’s 16th house since 1997, and modeled after a similar program in Loveland, Colorado, the two modules will be constructed primarily by Riverton High School’s Geometry in Construction class and assembled by Habitat and Wells Fargo volunteers. As the dailyranger tells MHProNews, completion date is set for Fall of 2014.

(Photo credit: baltimoresun–student-built Habitat for Humanity home for Kimberly Johnson and family)

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