Building A Home

Photos by Traci Westcott/The Herald
Dustin Bright, 11, of Huntingburg, works alongside Jeremy Foxen, building coordinator for Habitat for Humanity, at the construction site in Huntingburg on Sunday. Dustin’s family will be the future homeowners. “It’s amazing,” said Amy, Dustin’s mom. “I never could have done this myself and it’s a huge blessing. I want it as a forever home, and if we built it together, it makes it that much more sentimental.”

 

Dustin Bright, 11, of Huntingburg, and his mom, Amy, work alongside Jeremy Foxen, building coordinator for Habitat for Humanity, at the construction site in Huntingburg on Sunday.



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