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Habitat for Humanity

Jose Gomez, Staff Writer

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CTE Wood-Tech students came together on Friday, October 2nd, to help the Habitat For Humanity organization. Students assisted in building the house which benefited a family in need. “It was fun helping out a family and doing good for someone else that’s not me”, said senior Reggie King. Students were led by instructor, Chris Johnston as a Career and Technology assignment.

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