Building a home from the ground up is a lot of work, especially if you’re doing it in a two-week time frame.
And that’s the goal for some local volunteers and builders with Habitat for Humanity, as they continue to work away on a home for a deserving local family.
Known to many as a Blitz Build, the Habitat for Humanity home being constructed on Wade Street in Johnson City has seen a lot of help from a lot of people so far.
Members of East Tennessee State University’s football team chipped in by helping crews put up two walls, drywall, as well as some insulation.
Electrical and plumbing work has been completed on the home, but there’s still plenty of work to be done and you, too, can volunteer.
Anyone interested in volunteering can call Barry Osborne at 335-5573.
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