Giving thanks while lending a hand
By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on November 27, 2011 1:50 AM
Jesus Arrieta helps assemble the railing for the home at 400 S. Audubon Ave. This home is Arrieta's last build in the Goldsboro area because he is moving back to the western U.S. Friday after he retires from the military. He still plans to volunteer for Habitat, though, once he moves.
Ray Pulley, assistant construction manager for Habitat for Humanity, cuts the rail Saturday for the front porch of a new Habitat home.
Pulley and Arrieta put the front porch together Saturday for a new Habitat for Humanity home at 400 S. Audubon Ave....
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