Habitat House draws volunteers


Will Arzola of St. George Episcopal Church of Dayton works with other members of his church group on Monday afternoon at the Harmon Avenue house that is a Habitat for Humanity project in Urbana. Habitat coordinators said on Monday the project is progressing faster than expected due to an outpouring of volunteer efforts from Springfield and Dayton.


Will Arzola of St. George Episcopal Church of Dayton works with other members of his church group on Monday afternoon at the Harmon Avenue house that is a Habitat for Humanity project in Urbana. Habitat coordinators said on Monday the project is progressing faster than expected due to an outpouring of volunteer efforts from Springfield and Dayton.

Will Arzola of St. George Episcopal Church of Dayton works with other members of his church group on Monday afternoon at the Harmon Avenue house that is a Habitat for Humanity project in Urbana. Habitat coordinators said on Monday the project is progressing faster than expected due to an outpouring of volunteer efforts from Springfield and Dayton.
http://urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Will-Arzola.jpgWill Arzola of St. George Episcopal Church of Dayton works with other members of his church group on Monday afternoon at the Harmon Avenue house that is a Habitat for Humanity project in Urbana. Habitat coordinators said on Monday the project is progressing faster than expected due to an outpouring of volunteer efforts from Springfield and Dayton.
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