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Habitat for Humanity volunteers Polly Holt, left, and Lisa Streeter work on a new home in Farmville on Wednesday afternoon. The ladies are participating in the first local
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Habitat for Humanity volunteers Polly Holt, left, and Lisa Streeter work on a new home in Farmville on Wednesday afternoon. The ladies are participating in the first local "Women Build," which means women will be constructing a simple, affordable home for a family. (Rhett Butler/The Daily Reflector)

Habitat holds area’s first ‘Women Build’

By Kathryn Kennedy

The Daily Reflector

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FARMVILLE — Being involved with Habitat for Humanity is infectious, according to new Pitt County director Beth Everett.

“You'll catch the fever,” she said Wednesday. “It becomes part of who you are.”


Volunteers had to be careful not to catch any other bugs as they worked tirelessly in the rain this week on a new home on Wallace Street. The woman awarded the new home left the job site with bronchitis on Wednesday.

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another sexist article by DR

who cares who builds it!!!! this is an asinine idea but builds on the idea that women are somewhat unique thus deserving of a "special" article on nailing some boards together I wish to see the next article titled "Habitat holds area’s many‘Men Build’homes what a sexist idea that would be gee lets just build the darn homes

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